Spin.com, the online home of Spin Magazine, has officially premiered the video for Samantha Crain’s new single, ‘Never Going Back.’ The video is an innovative flipbook style piece that features a continuous “stream” of images of Crain and her band performing the song. What makes the video so innovative is that the “stream” of images in question was actually set up much like that of a dominoes setup. The camera follows every single image as each one falls throughout the song. The entire video entailed over 3,800 frames. Each one was separately printed, cut out, and re-filmed for the video. The final product had the band performing exactly in sync with the song. Audiences can check out the video online now at http://www.spin.com/#articles/samantha-crain-never-going-back-video-flip-book.
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‘Never Going Back’ is just the latest single off of Crain’s upcoming new release, Kid Face, which will be available in stores and online February 19th. She is currently touring in support of the upcoming new release with dates in New York, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas already planned. She finished up the first part of her tour with a string of performance in North Carolina over the past weekend. To get a full listing of Crain’s tour dates and all the latest news from Samantha Crain, audiences can online to http://www.facebook.com/Samanthacrainmusic and http://www.samanthacrain.com.
Pop-folk artist Samantha Crain will release her new album early next year. Her third full-length studio release, “Kid Face” will hit stores February 19, 2013. It will be distributed via Ramseur Records. Audiences can check out the new album’s lead single, ‘Never Going Back’ online now at http://www.rollingstone.com/music/daily-download. Anyone who is a fan of old school country and folk music will love the mix of guitars and violins on this song along with the soft drumming backing it all. This is a song of moving past a broken relationship and seeing the light ahead.
“Kid Face” is a personal and intimate and introspective look into the life and mind of Crain herself. For instance, ‘Taught To Lie’ sees Crain looking back at past wrongs and her desire for acknowledgement in finally reaching that point of taking responsibility for what she has done. It’s a song of her wanting closure. There’s also an uplifting piece in ‘Ax’
While audiences wait for her new album, they can get all the latest news and more on Samantha Crain’s website, http://www.samanthacrain.com.