Shine Video

Stephen Rouse October 21, 2010 1
Shine Video

Earlier this week, David Crowder*Band released the new video for SMS (Shine) from their latest album, Church Music.  The video was filmed using stop motion filming and a toy many will remember fondly, the Lite Brite®.  SMS (Shine) is comprised of about 1200 frames.  In true DC*B fashion, none of the video segments were looped because “that would have been easy.  Plus, it wouldn’t have looked as cool.”If you’re not on the DC*B Newsletter mailing list, you may have missed some fun facts surrounding the making of this video.  Check out these tidbits and get on the mailing list by visiting David Crowder Band’s Official Website.  After entering the site, click the “Join Newsletter” link in the bottom right.

Q: So, a Lite Brite, eh? Like from when we were kids?
A: The very same! We here at the DC*B have a fondness for nostalgia.

Q: It looks like it took a long time.
A: That’s not really a question, but yes. It took a really long time to make.

Q: So how many pictures did you have to take? Tell us you at least looped some stuff?
A: There were about 1200 frames. Maybe more. And no, because that would have been easy.  Plus, it wouldn’t have looked as cool.

Q: Did you have help?
A: Thank goodness yes. Over 80 of our friends helped out. Even still, it took about a month to make.

Q: So I bet you ate a lot of pizzas.
A: Again, not a question, but yes. 148 pizzas to be exact.

One Comment »

  1. Johanna October 26, 2010 at 9:26 PM -

    Anna and I watched this together and she wanted to know what a Lite-Brite is…