Family Band released their sophomore album, Grace & Lies, on July 24th on No Quarter and are pleased to present the second video from that release: "Moonbeams."
"Moonbeams," a love song and arguably the saddest track on Grace & Lies is the perfect backdrop for two skeletons falling in love. Though light-hearted and filled with humor, trampoline acrobatics and a few wicked skate moves, the video undoubtedly carries some dark themes and its underlying feelings of death, love and loss may stay with you.
The skeletons are played by Family Band principal members (husband & wife) Kim Krans and Jonny Ollsin and Ollsin says the idea came to them last Halloween: "Kim painted a skeleton costume . . . we went to an epic dance party and I shot some footage of her dancing. We realized that skeletons doing anything is awesome, so we just added a little love story and mischief to it." Krans, a visual artist (and founder of The Wild Unknown) created the costumes. Macon built the underground sets which where fittingly filmed in the basement of a funeral home.