VIDEO: “Band Of Horses – Heartbreak On The 101 (Live at the Hollywood Sign)”

It’s an amazing view from there. A place you’ve seen so many times. Hollywood Hills and their iconic white letters.

In early 2014 the Band of Horses had the opportunity to play their song “Heartbreak On The 101” up there.

I think our connection with California is very strong,

singer Benjamin “Ben” Bridwell tells us in a video capturing the moment.

Enjoy the video, including some great aerial shots, below…

February 2014 / Hollywood, California
Band of Horses captured a special live acoustic performance of their songs “No One’s Gonna Love You” and “Heartbreak on the 101” at the historic Hollywood sign. Enabled by Visit California, as part of the Dream365 Project & California DreamGigs.

All songs recorded live on location.

Band of Horses – “Heartbreak on the 101, No One’s Gonna Love You”
Director: Brantley Gutierrez
Client: Visit California
Music & Content: Mophonics
EP: Michael Frick
Production Company: Subtractive Inc.
EP: Kyle Schember
DP: Ernesto Lomeli
Agency: Mering/Carson
CD: Greg Carson
CD: Dave Mering
Copywriter: Kerry Krasts
Art Director: Rob Petrie
Editorial: Subtractive Inc.
Editor: Ryan Adams
Colorist: Joseph Lombari
Re-Recording Mixer / Sound Design: Luke Bechthold
Music Performances Recorded by Bob Clearmountain and Sergio Ruelas Jr.
Mixed by Brandon Duncan
Recording Equipment Supplied by Apogee Electronics

More about that:
Band of Horses website
Visit California


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