A Driven Voice - Interview With Singer/Songwriter Brandon Anderson - Page 3
The video for I’ll Keep Driving looks absolutely amazing and packed with meanings, tell us what it was like to make?
Thank you! Making this video was an incredible experience. I filmed it in and around my hometown while I was on tour this last summer with fellow songwriters Jeremiah Clark, and Rachel Epp, who both make cameos in the video. It was filmed by Firmament Films, who is run by friends of mine from when I lived in Kenosha and they are just an incredibly talented group of people who are a joy to work with. We filmed it all in one day, because that was all the time I had while on tour. We had played a show the night before and had to be up before dawn to film the last shots on the beach, but the scenery totally made it worth it. All in all, it was a 15 hour day for me and probably much longer for the crew, who were unbelievable. The greatest part about working with friends is that we just laughed the whole time and really had a great rapport to get exactly what we wanted out of the video. I really can't thank then enough for all the work they put into it to make it what it is.
The fun certainly shows in the video for I’ll Keep Driving, which is available now to download from Itunes, Bandcamp or from Brandon’s own website. The full version of this interview is also available on my blog, Seafront Diary.
Brandon's intelligent songs document a journey from protest to enlightenment and fulfilment in an increasingly confused and fractious world. His voice sweeps into your heart like a warm blanket on a cold dark winters night, whilst his well chosen poignant lyrics prick your conscious in a refreshingly delicate, yet no less meaningful way.