How did I miss these last comments? I'm on ST almost every day! I guess I'm counting on notifications that aren't happening. Anyway, thanks ido1957 and db. I am really proud of that video, db, because it was my crazy ambitious idea that actually worked! We originally were going to have her pushing through crowds with alien antennae and maybe makeup, but with Halloween approaching, we decided to have her look normal and try to find weird looking crowds instead. It paid off big time, especially with crazy moments like when she sings about "the way they look at me" and that guy gave her a funny look. In case you didn't stop to consider it, she had to lip sync and 2.5x speed so we could slow it down. She did a great job, although I had to get really critical and sometimes clever in the edit to make it work. Oh, and yeah, with the song being about self-doubts and such, that's why we call our music "Indie Electro Folk Rock for Human Beings." She writes all the lyrics. When I heard this one and 4 or 5 others, I thought, "if you can't relate to this, then you're not human." Thanks for the compliment of asking, but I don't do videos for hire, as I'm busy enough just trying to keep up with my own stuff! Also, I didn't shoot that one, but hired somebody with the latest greatest Sony camera. We shoot most of our own stuff and do a good job, but not THAT good. Maybe I SHOULD do some videos for hire, though... because we're just SPENDING money doing our own. On that front, here's the latest, just released today, which is way beyond our own technical capabilities. I've scored some films for the local community college, and they did this video for us as part of the advanced post production class. It's Strat-free, but Fender-heavy, with Cammi on my Modern Player Thinline Telecaster Deluxe, me on a Classic Player Jazzmaster Special, and the bassist on a Squier Precision. In reality, though, all three parts were played on Steinbergers. We wanted a more vintage and indie look for the video.