Freddy Monday - "Me Are You Are Me" music video
ByRight Word Media
How does an indie music video stand out in today’s content crazed media landscape? Well you start with a ridiculously catchy pop masterpiece from singer/songwriter Freddy Monday; then add the visual talents of award-winning filmmaker Martin Guigui, who’s directed numerous feature films, including the 2009 Dennis Quaid thriller “Beneath The Darkness”; and finally add a timely and engaging concept of setting the video inside the live video feed of a Facebook-like social network. The result is the music video for Monday’s latest single, “Me Are You Are Me.”
Monday, the singer/songwriter, musician, producer, mixer and the founder of Endo Music, New York, a diverse group of creative content development professionals, has had his music featured in a wide array of film and television projects. Among them the ending theme song for the hit Nickelodeon animated show “The Loud House”; the 2014 Steve Jobs bio pic “Jobs,” which featured his song “There Were Times” in the film and on the soundtrack.
“This song expresses that new relationship energy -- the heightened excitement emotionally and physically,” Monday says. “Working with Martin is amazing, his passion, his ideas, I trusted his vision on this. In addition to his filmmaking expertise, Martin is also an amazing musician and composer himself, so he understood how I wanted to present this song.”
Client: Freddy Monday/Endo Music
Project: “Me Are You Are Me” music video
Production Company: Sunset Pictures, Los Angeles, CA
Director: Martin Guigui
Cinematographer/Editor/VFX: Ian Fisher
Producers: Freddy Monday, Ian Fisher, Martin Guigui
Filmed at Thunder Studios and on location in Hollywood, CA
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