Making Monsters recently released their new EP ‘Bad Blood’, a six-track release that was previewed with lead single ‘Better’. Later this week, they’ll release another cut with a video for ‘Call Me Out’. Directed and filmed by Darren Lee of Maverick Renegade Productions, it was shot on location in their native Northern Ireland.
“For this video we wanted to go for a post-apocalyptic theme that lent itself to the more stadium-rock-anthem elements on this track, so we did some research on unusual locations to tie in,” the band explain.
“A friend suggested an old World War 2 Radio Control Station he photographed a few years back, we checked it out and knew it was perfect for what we had in mind. There was a real eerie vibe on set, from creepy quotes sprayed on the walls to the hundreds of crows surrounding the buildings which can be seen in the video.”
Watch the clip below and flick through the gallery above to see what they got up to behind the scenes at the shoot, and keep an eye out for the full video landing later this week.
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