Female trio, Southern Halo, are set to celebrate their global release of newest music video “Living Like That.” Directed by James and Heather Mathews of Mathews Film Company, the video was shot indoors at Nossi College of Art in Nashville due to the city’s fickle winter weather. The team had one goal: to keep the video visually exciting. The storyline evolved into a “bucket list trip” that would also tie back into the song’s title and show the band truly “living like that.” The Mathews used both green and white screen technology during filming.
“The green screen gave us the freedom to put the girls into all kinds of fun situations, such as driving the car down roller coaster tracks,” James says. “The white screen setup allowed a detailed, multi-angle band performance, and we utilized consistent movement and screen direction to achieve the sense of ‘travel’ listeners perceive from the song itself,” adds Heather. Director of Photography, Michael Brouphy, utilized a Red Scarlet 4K Cinema Camera for maximum image quality and high detail even under softbank lighting.
Southern Halo kicked off their first U.K. tour at The Garage in London. Additional dates (through March 22) are set for Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle. The tour enjoys the support of Gibson Guitars, Hilton Manchester Deansgate and Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel, and limited tickets are still available on the Southern Halo website. “We are in this moment,” confides Natalia. “This trip is literally opening up a new world to us and we are ready to meet our fans, share the new music and make the most out of this incredible opportunity.”