Lindsay White: "We wanted to incorporate the Belegarth crew because they were actually present the day we went to the park to work on the song in its first stages. We were just sitting there singing and playing on a blanket, when this crew rolled up and started battling all around us. We thought it was the coolest thing. Later, when we met with Jaymee and Leylla, we decided it would be fitting to ask them to participate in the video. We contacted Eric from Belegarth and the rest was history!"
White continues, "The coolest thing about this video is that it encompassed the spirit of the song so well. The song is about how that 'thing' in all of us- that little piece of the Universe that we all carry within us- never dies, and how we can all take comfort in having that common awareness about ourselves and about each other. The video brought together all sorts of people from all different corners of the creative spectrum, but it all worked so beautifully together and really personified the message of "UNI." We couldn't be happier with the result."
Carvajal echoes, "One of the amazing things about producing this music video with The Lovebirds is that not only were we surrounded with the most talented and creative people in San Diego, but throughout the process we gained a lot of long term authentic friendships. It really is a testament that music and art really brings people together."
Catch The Lovebirds on Tuesday February 25th at Soda Bar (3615 El Cajon). They will be opening for the popular Austin-based band Mother Falcon. Doors at 8pm. For more information, please visit www.thelovebirds.com.