Glass Pony latest music video is a trippy waltz through the park
By MICHAEL HALLISEY
Glass Pony has an album coming out soon, but no time has been set for its release just yet. Nonetheless, the four-piece psychedelic groove circus captured scenes in Greg Pittz’s hometown of Delmar and made a trippy, lyric video for the band’s latest track, “Daydream.”
The video captures the four walking through the woods, climbing vine-choked trees and blissfully enjoying a carefree summer afternoon.
“We shot the video last year with Erik Flora, who plays in the local indie band Stellar Young,” Pittz said. ”It was filmed in Delmar off of North Street and at the Wright Lane bike park.”
Pittz said the bike park was once land that belonged to his family for generations before it was recently sold to the town.
“It was cool to shoot this in the woods that I played in as a kid. They had tons of magic back then, and still retain that vibe today,” he said.
Cool photography tricks with the camera’s focus compliments the daydream feel of the song. The video was shot, directed and subsequently edited by Flora. Eddie Hotaling engineered and mixed the audio production. The music was mastered by Ravena native Raelynn Janice, of Infrasonic Mastering in Nashville.
Glass Pony is currently touring in North Country with stops in Plattsburgh and Burlington along the way. The four are scheduled to play at Parish Public House in Albany on Saturday, Oct. 23.
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