You doubtless know Michael C. Corridor finest for his performances on Broadway in exhibits together with Chicago and Cabaret, in addition to his roles in hit TV collection Six Toes Underneath and Dexter, the collection revival of which premieres November 7. What you may not know nevertheless is that he additionally has a band that goes by the identify of Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum and the trio – Michael, Matt Katz-Bohen and Peter Yanowitz – dropped the video for his or her newest single “Nonetheless”, directed by cult filmmaker Dylan Greenberg, on the finish of final month.
The video – a powerful collaboration between the band and Dylan, sees the group fall sufferer to a sinister thoughts management program within the type of Michael’s disembodied head and, as they search for a means out, they’re taunted with one phrase: “Nonetheless.” Greenberg says of engaged on the visuals, notably the disembodied head thought which got here instantly from Michael himself: “At first, I wasn’t actually positive about it, however then I did it, and it offers it an entire different dimension, as a result of it sort of drives residence this concept of Mike’s character within the video not essentially being a human being, however being a idea, which may be very laborious as an example visually.”
The band must date obtained appreciable assist and protection from Different Press, American Songwriter, Forbes, NME, The Unbiased and lots of extra, and following the discharge of their debut full size album Thanks For Coming final yr, along with the hotly-anticipated return/revival of Dexter in just some quick weeks – it’s an thrilling time for the trio and followers alike.
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