US hard rockers Who On Earth have just dropped a new video for a song entitled ‘Set Me Free’ from their recently released debut album, ‘Blame’. The clip sees the quintet indulge their comical, fun-loving side, partnering with the production company 624 Productions for a sitcom-inspired romp featuring actors Bill Sorvino and Janet Greer. The video is being shown at the 12th annual Golden Door International Film Festival in Jersey City tomorrow (24th June), close to where the group are based.

Tom Baldinger of 624 Productions states: “We had a lot of fun shooting this video with the band and they were very open to our ideas. It’s always a great experience shooting music videos and especially for me; I grew up watching Van Halen, Poison and Metallica videos on MTV, so I tried to tap into that world a little bit by adding a little story around the song. We can’t wait to make another video with them.”

The band themselves add: “This video was a blast to make. We wanted to create a sitcom setting as the stage for a good ol’ fashioned domestic conflict – with the band standing by as spectators/extras! This song is all about the highs and lows of being in a relationship; from duking it out one minute to holding on to one another for dear life the next! Ain’t love grand!?”


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