Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is the video for “The Climb” from The Harper Conspiracy as the third installment of Earwig Sessions Vol. 1.
Earwig Sessions Vol. 1 is a new series at Earwig Studio in Seattle. Multiple bands perform live to an audience in the inner sanctum of the recording studio.
“More and more people discover new music through YouTube” says owner, Don Farwell, “this gives bands a chance to show what they can do live with the sound of a studio recording”. In addition, Don has teamed up with Lance Hofstad to handle visuals. Lance’s camera work and unique editing style give this live format a signature artistic edge.
“The Climb”is about resilience. When life knocks you down, keep going. The stairway can turn into a stream if you let it. The gritty rock sound was inspired by R.E.M.’s 1991 album Out of Time. “The Climb” is meant to be an anthem to inspire hope and fortitude. With each step forward, life’s struggles can be transformed into powerful generators igniting a rich and interesting adventure.
(Check out “The Climb” below via YouTube and get more info about The Harper Conspiracy HERE. Get more info about Earwig Studios HERE and check out the Earwig Sessions Vol. 1 playlist on YouTube HERE.)