Elise Testone is planning to premier a teaser video for “Now” at the singer’s show at the Pour House tonight. The new track was written by Testone and Adam Fallen.
The former Charlestonian will reveal the full video to the world at a later, unknown date. “I just wanted to premier it as a sneak peak in Charleston, because I love you all,” Testone says.
Directed by Charlotte Savage of Seamless Pictures, “Now” was shot at Trident Tech, during sunset and sunrise at the Isle of Palms, and in Brooklyn.
“We all put a lot of passion and countless hours into its production,” Testone says. “We built a magical forest on set for the shoot that really comes to life on camera. Special lenses and overlays added an artistic and dream like feeling thought the video.”
The sneak peak will happen during Testone’s annual A Whole Lotta Zeppelin show, which falls during the Pour House’s 13th-anniversary week. The Led Zeppelin tribute show will also include local musicians Wallace Mullinax, Daniel Crider, and Oliver Goldstein, plus Snarky Puppy’s Justin Stanton will sit in on keys.
Shake it Like a Caveman will open the show at 9:30 p.m. You can snag a ticket or two here.
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