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In Legend Posts New "Soul Apart" Music Video

Only three months after the release of the band's last video for the song "Soul Apart," the piano project In Legend is back with some new food for your eyes. This time the group shot a video for the the ballad "Universe," which can be viewed below.

"In the past, we rather focused on making videos for several 'bullets' of our Ballads 'n' Bullets album, but with our ballad 'Universe' we are now breaking this tradition," explains front man Bastian Emig. "Filmed at the German island Rügen, this video impressively conveys the spirit of the song and takes the viewer to extraordinary spots. We almost canceled the release, by the way, as the video consists only of a solo performance of me, without my band mates. However, we thought that the images are just way too beautiful to withhold them from the world. Future videos will also feature the other legends again - of course!

"Particularly responsible for the video is once again our great team, consisting of Daniel Wild, Yannick Bonica, Benjamin Kiesewetter, and last but not least Robert Naumann, as well as other wonderful helpers without whom this video couldn't have been realized. That is also why we released the 'Yue' video in advance - as an acknowledgement of our gratitude."

In May, the band will go on a short tour throughout western Germany, along with the female-fronted metal band Siren's Cry. The dates are as follows:

2012-05-16 - Neuss (GER), Haus der Jugend (+ Support: Blessed By Rhenus + Elmsfire)
2012-05-17 - Cologne (GER), MTC (+ Support: Sacred Groove + Temple Of Your Soul
2012-05-18 - Siegen (GER), Vortex (+ Support: Symbiote + Quaint)

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