This is A Band Called Paul's brand new alternative music video In It For Money. Here's how A Band Called Paul responded when we asked:
Where did you get your inspiration for this video?
"The video was designed to reflect the sense of isolation and duality in the mind of an artist as they transition from an idealistic view of their work to a greater sense of commercial reality."
"In It For Money" is the third single from Irish indie rock act A Band Called Paul's debut album “Primero” (2019). The track has been specially reworked and remixed for this release.
A wry slice of 60's beat-influenced indie pop/rock, the track addresses the stage in a creative artist's career when their initial idealism is overtaken by commercial reality and the need to make a living.
Upbeat and cinematic in texture, "In It For Money" showcases the infectiously catchy, radio-friendly side of indie music. Its accompanying music video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/pA4Vyu_Nv6s
The single is available to purchase/stream on all major digital music platforms from Monday, February 24th.
ABOUT A BAND CALLED PAUL
Based in Dublin, A Band Called Paul is the creation of former orchestral percussionist, soundtrack composer and session musician Paul McDonnell. The band's music reflects the variety and depth of Paul's musical career with deft lane changes between hard rock, latin jazz, electronica and world music.
A Band Called Paul released their debut album, "Primero", in February 2019. They have released three singles from the album to date - the latin jazz "Hero Two" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CrOgzj3JBQ), the darkly electronic "Freefall" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIW450wY3AQ) and the upbeat 60’s-influenced indie rock “In It For Money” (https://youtu.be/pA4Vyu_Nv6s).
The band's sound has been described as if Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, The The and Beck were to collaborate.
More information is available on the band's web site - abandcalledpaul.com
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