SBB – “Los Człowieka” video available on YouTube

Only two weeks left to the release of “Blue Trance”, a brand new album by a legendary jazz/rock band from Poland – SBB. The band, comprised of the phenomenal composer Józef Skrzek, the excellent guitarist Apostolis Anthimos and the flawless drummer Gabor Nemeth propose a perfect blend of the sincerity of blues and the freedom of jazz. The music on the album is mature and rich in emotions.

A video clip for the song “Los Człowieka” (“The Fate of Man”), which is to promote the band’s brand new album, was just posted on the Metal Mind Productions’ official profile on YouTube.

Darek Świtała, the director of the video, comments: “We shot the video at several locations, including a luxurious apartment, the cult Old Timers Garage club in Katowice, and even a reservation by a one-of-a-kind celadon lake. Except for Jozef Skrzek, an increasingly popular model CaradelNeil appeared on the set. Importantly, certain chemistry between her and the artist was instantly born, which helped the material acquire an even more emotional character. This was really significant since it is difficult to translate SBB’s music into the medium of a film… Also, in the case of the newest video, it is hard to talk about a typical, banal script. Its essence is constituted by, first, unique and poetic shots and, second, a certain universal character, allowing the viewers their own interpretation of this combination of picture and music.”

SBB 2010 – photo by Darek Świtała

“Blue Trance” will be available in two formats: a standard CD and a limited edition CD digipak with 2 bonus tracks. Metal Mind Productions set the release date for November, 1st in Europe and December, 7th in USA (via MVD).

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