VIDEO FOR GRENADINE HITS THE AIR THIS WEEK
At first glance, bootlegging, horse chases, rock & roll and black and white film don’t seem to have much in common.
But if you know something of the Noolands, it makes a wee bit more sense.
The Barrie band that sings folk music for the people tied together all of these elements when they recorded the video for their hit single Grenadine.
Taking a page out of the 1920’s slapstick/Charlie Chaplin era, the video is “a whimsical journey into the world of silent film” and was self produced by the band, with collaboration from Theatre by the Bay, Simcoe County Museum & Mcreilly’s Pub.
Brandon, Aaron and James shared some behind the scenes stories with us about the making of Grenadine.
Hit up the Noolands YouTube Channel to see the vid when it’s unleashed on Friday.
And give a spin to the podcast chat we had with the guys earlier this year.