Video director Bulldog Media’s Joe W. speaks more in-depth about the band’s decision to shoot in this style. “I came up with the idea after listening to the song a few times. I’ve always wanted to do a 1950’s era video and thought this song would be a good fit. The lyrics “Old Country Road” made me think about the roads surrounding where I grew up in Sonoma County. We ended up shooting the film outside of Petaluma, CA, about 30 minutes from my home town. It was the perfect setting to match my vision for the video.”The song itself was written by Woodruff, and the first-ever song recorded at the band’s Ruffwood Studios in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Built by Woodruff himself, creating a workspace was influential on the album’s direction. “The process of building a studio from scratch in the mountains, surrounded by Redwood trees, yet 15 minutes from the beach, really framed the concept and direction of the album.”Stick Figure is on tour throughout March and the majority of 2016, so don’t miss the group on the road! For more information, click onto their website. California-based roots rockers Stick Figure always bring a good time wherever they go. Known for their soulful takes on the reggae genre, Stick Figure released their 2015 album Set In Stone to critical acclaim. You can listen to the album here.Now, the band is expanding on the artistic direction of Set In Stone with a brand new music video for the single, “Shadow.” Written about Cocoa The Dog, who frontman Scott Woodruff calls “my sidekick, my shadow,” the new video was shot in a retro 50’s style. Woodruff speaks fondly of Cocoa, saying that she “is essentially a member of the band. She is on stage every night, walking the perimeter and greeting the fans. She also gets first pick on choosing her bunk on the bus!”Enjoy the new music video for “Shadow” below:
Neymar, Mbappe, and co have succeeded where others failed though, having led the nine-time French champions to their first-ever Champions League final. read also:Video: UK tabloid compiles Okocha’s goals to mark 47th birthday They face one of the continent’s most successful sides in Bayern Munich on Sunday night, and Okocha, while lauding the team for coming this far, has charged them to get the job done. “I just want to say congratulations to the players and the coach on qualifying for the Champions League final. I wish them the best for the final,” the former Super Eagles hero said in a video posted on the PSG Twitter account. Okocha then added in French: “Go Paris!” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneShockingly, Some Foods We Eat Every Day Have A Bizarre BeginningYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ CareersWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now Loading… The legendary Nigerian star spent four pleasant years in Paris, lifting both the Trophée des Champions and UEFA Intertoto Cup before departing the Parc Des Princes in 2002. But despite playing alongside some of the best footballers the game had ever seen, including Brazilian midfield dazzler, Ronaldinho, Okocha could never inspire PSG to the latter stages of Europe’s premier club competition. Former Super Eagles skipper and Paris Saint Germain icon, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha has urged the French side to go all out and subdue the dreaded Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League outing today. The former Bolton Wanderers of England captain sent a message of encouragement to the playing and coaching staff of his former club on twitter as both sides prepared for a showdown in the Cup final.