HOLLYWOOD, Calif., May 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Fresh from their record setting four Indie Music Channel awards, Best New Band, END OF EVER releases their new video "CREEPIN" that pays homage to 90's high fashion icon Kate Moss.
The video for "CREEPIN" – END OF EVER's first single of 2016 -- emulate looks inspired by Kate Moss' expansive dossier…the most prominent being a photo of the model holding a teddy bear and looking especially vulnerable.
END OF EVER's lead singer, Dahni Piro, said, "The high contrast black and white footage tells a story of hesitance and self-doubt that resolves in embracing love and the decision to let oneself be loved." This feeling is conveyed in "CREEPIN" by visuals of flowers, stars, nature and beauty, all flowing vibrantly inside Piro's silhouette.
The release of the "CREEPIN" video, directed by Dominique Dawson, coincided with the 5th annual Indie Musical Channel Awards in West Hollywood, where "CREEPIN" won awards for Record of the Year, Best Pop Song, and Best Recording. END OF EVER was proclaimed Best New Band.
END OF EVER is known to be the first band to shoot and post a 360 lyric video on youtube and Facebook for Not Another Night.
Video - http://youtu.be/0W4bs1rCCRQ
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