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Broken Bells Release Interactive 3-D Video for “October”

Interactive Features Let Viewers Choose Their Listening Experience

Aug 12, 2010 Broken Bells Bookmark and Share


Broken Bells have released a new interactive 3-D video for “October,” which is the latest single taken from the duo’s self-titled debut album, which was released back in March. Created by Broken Bells co-founder Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse), along with Richard Lehmann and illustrator Matthew Hollister, the video allows viewers to maneuver their way through a galaxy of interactive stars, equations, and intergalactic constellations while “October” plays in the background. For the full video experience check it out on their website here. Embedded below is a 2-D demo version of the video, which premiered over at Wired. The group (which also features The Shins’ James Mercer) have some tour dates lined up, starting in Finland tomorrow, check out the dates below.

Broken Bells Tour Dates:

08/13/10 - Helsinki, Finland - Flow Festival
08/14/10 - Goteborg, Sweden - Way Out West
08/16/10 - Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gafaehrlich
08/17/10 - Cologne, Germany - Gloria
08/19/10 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg
10/05/10 - Oakland, CA - The Fox Theatre
10/06/10 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
10/09/10 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
10/11/10 - New York, NY - Terminal 5



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