Mark Seliger Collaborates with Katie Holmes and Twyla Tharp in New Music Video for ‘Ain’t Over Me’

Mark Seliger is putting his abilities to extraordinary utilize both in front and behind the camera.

The Corroded Truck frontman and noted photographic artist appeared another music video he coordinated for his band’s track “Ain’t Over Me” including Katie Holmes and movement by Twyla Tharp. The coordinated effort is a prologue to the band’s forthcoming collection and the visuals depicted a blending investigation of pathetic love.

“There’s one or two paint brushes that cut these new melodies. The film for ‘Ain’t Over Me’ was the convergence of so many works of art (music, film, theater, dance) close by my extremely skilled companions Katie Holmes and Twyla Tharp,” Seliger, 63, tells Individuals.

“Having the option to coordinate this film and team up with Twyla and her dazzling artists, and obviously with Katie, was the ideal projecting for this comprehensive, dramatic experience we needed to make. I can’t envision a superior method for establishing the vibe for our new collection emerging one year from now.”

Holmes, 43, who featured close by Benjamin Freemantle in the film, said she partook in the inventive strategy to execute the task, telling Individuals, “Working with Mark and Twyla together was this significant inventive experience where I felt like I had the option to be the encapsulation of an expression of the sonnet they painstakingly created together.”

“I found out such a great amount about the force of development from a perspective and how that development hits various notes of the close to home existence of the characters making this charming equilibrium between excellence and layered human sentiments,” she makes sense of. In the video, the entertainer plays a dull and baffling old flame inverse Freemantle from the very outset of the clasp in which the two should be visible visiting with one another while being isolated by a window wall.

Highlighting a sensational scene in the downpour, the film likewise furnishes the audience with shocking movement by the Tony Grant winning choreographer occurring in a huge studio space.

Tharp, 81, tells Individuals, “Working with Mark Seliger on his ‘Ain’t Over Me’ was made conceivable by his significant comprehension of and connection to move.

He knows that to live is to move and that getting from A to B is an activity. Routine exist to recount the story.”

“Ain’t Over Me” is one of the tunes showing up on Corroded Truck’s forthcoming collection, which is scheduled to be delivered in February.

Notwithstanding Grammy champ Larry Campbell, the record will likewise incorporate appearances from Sheryl Crow and Jakob Dylan.

“The tunes are crude and powerless, wrestling with yearning, want, and recovery through a progression of cozy, character-driven vignettes, and Campbell’s creation and game plans are rich and realistic to coordinate, mixing old fashioned country custom with the lavish, dramatic flare of a film score,” a public statement depicted the impending collection.

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