The Invisible Orange is proud to announce the World Premiere Video for Gross Misconduct’s single “A Place Of Bones” this Wednesday, .
Jesse Brint, guitar player for the band says: “The video was shot at Rain City Recorders pre-pandemic about a year ago, after the album Equinox recording sessions. The raw footage was then recently edited by Julian (Kenchenten, bass player) and friends”
Abelardo Mayoral, Owner at The Invisible Orange: “I’m very excited to have the honour to host a World Premiere video, especially if it is from one of my favourite bands, Gross Misconduct. I remember first seeing them open an international tour in 2007 and thinking they would have been part of the touring package; I was very happy to find out they were actually a local band, and in later years to be able to make friends and work with the band in many events.”
The World Premiere will take place on The Invisible Orange’s show “orangEzine Video Ball” Episode 3. The episode will air this Wednesday, July 29, 2020 on The Invisible Orange’s YouTube channel. You can subscribe to the channel through the button below.
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The Invisible Orange’s orangEzine Video Ball is a music video show with interviews, updates and music videos currently focused on independent British Columbia bands, with plans to feature other jurisdictions in the future. It provides a platform for independent regional bands to be featured and promoted, in times where this is not possible through direct live shows to the fans.
Gross Misconduct is a Vancouver, BC based band, originally formed in Nanaimo, BC over 20 years ago. Their latest album “Equinox” was released in November 2018 and is available for streaming and purchasing here: