The new music video “Sing Out” Loud is out now from San Diego’s Dynamite Walls. The story of how the some came about is pretty interesting. Frontman Tom Pritchard met up with an old friend, Mark Kiczula, to just jam and hang out. After writing a few melodies, he came up with the idea to write a song about his daily life since, “That seems to work with hip hop!” says Pritchard. After which, “the song wrote itself.”
With the video, they wanted to capture their corner of the planet (Encinitas, San Diego, CA), with a feel for the sunshine and California girls that make the place so iconic. The video was shot by the band’s friend, up-and-coming videographer Dan Liffick. It was filmed at three locations: Pritchard’s house, down the street at The Saloon, and at a local all-ages venue, the Epicentre. The video is a genuine reflection of the lifestyle in Encinitas, CA through the eyes of Dynamite Walls and only cost them the price of the keg!
Dynamite Walls is a five-piece indie rock band out of sunny San Diego, CA who was recently signed to Universal Republic after four years of hard work, three EPs, two full-lengths, and a US tour with Jukebox the Ghost. The band has received recognition in their home town, boasting Best Pop Band at the 2010 San Diego Music Awards. Dynamite Walls was described by NBC San Diego as, “an indie, alternative rock sound, likened to INXS or Coldplay, only bolder with a delightfully rancorous edge.”