In light of the tour cancellations due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Post-Hardcore Canadian stars Silverstein have created a home-made documentary for their fans, titled as ‘Quaranstine’
The documentary is a behind – the – scenes look at their lives under quarentine at home, with the added live performances as well.
Paul Koehler (Drums) comments:
“Upon returning home from our postponed North American tour, we knew that we had to find a way to play together. Instead of just hopping on a Zoom call, we actually wanted to record and make this thing sound awesome. Each of us performed and recorded our parts at home, and we passed the whole thing to our producer, Sam Guaiana, to mix it.
From there, we wanted to make what feels like a sitcom, documenting our time in isolation and pulling the curtain back on our daily lives. We enlisted Wyatt Clough, the director behind most of our recent music videos, to help edit and narrate the video. We hope the end result is something that can bring some comfort to our fans who are also isolated during this time, and we can’t wait to step on stage for them again once this is all behind us!”
Check out the documentary below.
In addition to this, the band are fielding donations on their offical website.
In case you haven’t been living under a rock recently, you’ll have realised that Yungblud recently released his stellar single, ‘Weird’ and the accompanying video to go with the track is amazing, especially when you find out is was recorded in lockdown.
Check it out below.
It was shot all on and iPhone where now, you can go behind the scenes to see how it was all made! I think as a creator I find this fascinating because it proves you don’t need to break the bank in order to make something this fantastic.
Check out this exclusive behind – the – scenes video from Greywind in the studio.
Greywind have said: “Recording our debut album at Sonic Ranch in Texas was such a special experience for us. One of our aims when we started Greywind was to one day record in America so to record our debut album over there was incredible. So many of our favourite artists have recorded at Sonic Ranch, the likes of Taking Back Sunday, Gerard Way and Brand New so it’s amazing to be part of that studios history now. We’re so proud of this album and we hope people enjoy it as much as we did writing and recording it.”