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Kevin Walton Highlights Australia's Stunning Coastline In Epic Music Video For "Maybe"
Australian Singer Songwriter Kevin Walton goes to extreme lengths to capture the majesty of Australia's rugged coastline. The track "Maybe", from Walton's previous album "Bleeding Hearts" was filmed at the Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road.
"It was blowing a gale! The boys dropped me off at the cliff face and told me to be ready whenever I heard the chopper. I'm crouched down in position, I hear this ungodly sound and sneak a look out of the corner of my eye expecting to see the "Mother Ship", instead I see my buddies hovering alarmingly close to me in a tiny joyflight chopper", Walton says with a grin, "The degree of difficulty increased significantly at that point for all of us!"
Walton has always been keen to show the world the beauty that resides in his own backyard and so was determined to make the best of the situation.
"Time was also against us. We had one day to capture the cliffs and Lockhart Gorge", Walton explains, "Maybe had to be finished so I could fly to the Gold Coast and meet my crew to shoot the video for Little Arrow, which is the new single off MOMENTUM. The guys definitely went outside their comfort zones to get this amazing footage, the scenes from the chopper were meant to take your breath away - and they nailed it."
With Maybe now finished and viewable at http://www.kevinwaltonsongs.com, editing has commenced on the Little Arrow video, which ties in with the November 7 worldwide release of MOMENTUM, Walton's fifth album.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 12, 2013