Bill Parton Trio and Filmaker Tim Pine Release Third Music Video Collaboration And Sign On for More
The occasion marks the 3rd release that the band have done in collaboration with award winning SA based filmmaker Tim Pine. Furthermore, the Trio and Pine can confirm that they've 'done a deal' and will be collaborating together on a further 2x music videos.
Bill Parton Trio front man William Parton explains: "Tim is the one that comes up with the ridiculous unrealistic crazy brilliant ideas for the videos, we just provide the song and help make the unachievable achievable by bankrolling the operation as well as of course reining in the crazy man [Tim] a bit at times."
Tim Pine had previously worked with the trio to produce music videos for their earlier singles 'Going Away' and 'Falling For You Again'. The video clips for both singles were nominated as finalists for the 2013 MusicOz Awards of which Falling For You Again came 6th place nationally and between the two of them have accumulated over 95,000 YouTube views!
The trio released their self titled debut EP in August last year. The EP featured singles 'Going Away' and 'Falling For You Again'. 'Going Away' debuted at No.10 on Amrap AirIt's Great Southern Charts, qualified as a semi finalist in the 2013 Unsigned Only Global Songwriting Competition and spent six weeks in the Westsidewill.com Unsigned Artist Top Ten. 'Falling For You Again' was featured on Home Brew Radio, made the Three D Radio Top 20+1 and won best new track in Sonya Feldhoff's 'new music' competition on 891 ABC Adelaide. The EP itself since being released has charted as high has No.8 (so far) on the Three D Radio Top 20+1.
The EP was recorded at Chapel Lane Studios (Adelaide) with the help of Producer Darren Mullan (The Angels, The Beards, John Swan, Russell Morris), Recording Engineer Adam Rhodes (Angus & Julia Stone, The Cat Empire, Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins), Assistant Engineer Gabriel Agostino (Lowrider, Sundance Kids, Hilltop Hoods) and was mastered at Disk-Edits Pty Ltd (Adelaide) by Neville Clark (Hilltop Hoods, Peter Combe, Levitators, Funkoars). Overseeing the A&R side of things was Matt O'Connor (Beautiful Girls, The Whitlams, Thirsty Merc).