Death Valley Dreams Premieres New Single, Video

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Death Valley Dreams is back with new music and a new video to boot.

The band premiered the video for its new song ‘Turn out Those Eyes’ on Tuesday online via Pure Grain Audio.  The song is included in the soundtrack to the new independent movie Baby Frankenstein. Due to that connection, the obviously 80s-influenced song’s companion video fuses footage of the band performing its song with footage from the movie.

Chad Azeliga (Breaking Benjamin, Black Label Society, Black Star Riders) makes a cameo appearance on drums for this video along with Cold guitarists Nick Coyle and Johnny Nova.

Produced by Mike Rutkoski and directed by Jon YonKondy, Baby Frankenstein is a comedy/horror that follows young teen protagonist Lance (Ian Barling — in his acting debut) and his unlikely friendship with a tiny, sentient, robot (Rance Nix — The Other Half (short), Trapeze, U.S.A. (short), AWAKE, on the Train to Hell (short).  Also starring Andrew Gower (The Monster SquadBaby Makes FiveMr. President) and Patrick McCartney (ElfUpright Citizens BrigadeManhunt), Baby Frankenstein will start screening globally this spring.  It will be available on multiple platforms later this year.

More information on Death Valley Dreams’ new single and video is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.deathvalleydreams.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DeathValleyDreams

Twitter: http://twitter.com/dvdofficial

 

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