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A production still from the new video, 'Nineteen' by the band Van Eps.

Local band Van Eps debuts new music video Friday

Black Dahlia Films produced for band with West Seattle, White Center members


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The local rock band Van Eps, that we covered in February, has completed another music video set to debut on Friday. Produced by Jamie Chamberlin and Black Dahlia Films the video is for the song "Nineteen" and employs a wide variety of techniques to capture the emotional content of the song.

Chamberlin, whose work includes videos and films for ZZ Top and Duff McKagan said, "We shot it in Discovery Park and it's unlike other work I've done."

The production utilized a quadcopter to get fly over shots of the band. Chamberlin also captured slow motion shots, integrated still photographs, used muted color, compositing, and other tricks that make the video different.

You can see the teaser for the video above.

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