By Nick Wiley
North Carolina experimental rock band KINDLER is set to release their debut music video “Shifting Ground” at a live premiere event with a concert to follow immediately after. The event will be held at 8:30pm on the evening of Friday, April 25th at The Music Loft, located at 929 N. Church St. in Greensboro, NC. A $5.00 cover charge will be requested at the door with the majority of proceeds going to charity. Paralleling the live premiere will be an online release slated for simultaneous availability via YouTube.com during the live premiere.
“Shifting Ground,” the first track from KINDLER’s 2013 debut EP “Afterglow,” features a strong message of triumph over traumatic past events and its video incarnation was brought to life by director Jack Pennington (Winston-Salem, NC,) videographer Henry Ceiro (Asheboro, NC,) and actress Alex Elliott (Wilmington, NC.) Upon discovering the video’s potential positive impact, the band formed an associative partnership the Randolph County Family Crisis Center (local charity) to provide a catalyst for some their promotional efforts during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April.)
Through the FCC, “Shifting Ground” has garnered the attention of charitable organizations from surround areas, including the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Wellness Center. Though the FCC will likely be the only charity with physical representation at the live premiere, KINDLER looks forward to the potential social impact and added legitimacy of partnering with the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault and other university wellness programs and charitable organizations.
KINDLER’s debut music video “Shifting Ground” will premiere live and viaYouTube.com on April 25, 2014 during a concert event at The Music Loft, located at 929 N. Church St. in Greensboro, NC. A $5 cover charge will be requested.
KINDLER is an experimental rock trio consisting of Cameron Fitzpatrick (lead vocals, bass guitar) and brothers Nick Wiley (guitar, vocals) and Stephen Wiley (drums, vocals.) Their positively-reviewed debut EP “Afterglow” is available online via a donation-based payment campaign. KINDLER can be reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org and telephone at 336-302-3454.