A new, alternate video has been released for Aaron Lack and Mark Epstein’s July single, “Meet Me At The Spring.” According to Lack’s management team, the new video was released today to “celebrate the return of one hundred degree temperatures” in Austin, Texas this week. It has also been revealed that this new video was developed simultaneously with what has now become known as the Official Video when negotiations for the aerial footage for that video became stalled.
Dash-cam footage of Austin roads and expressways was used in combination with scenes from Barton Springs Pool and the surrounding area. Residents of Austin may literally see themselves in one of the shots as they were taken on a crowded summer afternoon in 2016.
The video is now available on the “Watch” page of Lack’s website and on Vimeo. Fans can find it here: www.AaronLack.com/Watch
Aaron Lack’s impending Tuesday, July 25th single release in collaboration with songwriting partner, Mark Epstein, now has a title. The new song, now referred to as “Meet Me At The Spring,” has associated artwork that includes a photograph taken by the artist at a spring fed pool in Austin, Texas. A video for the song will also be released on Tuesday featuring aerial footage of the area. The involvement of musician, MJ Torrance, as harmony vocalist has also come to light. The song features Lack on vibraphone, orchestra bells, drums, percussion, and vocals with Epstein contributing bass, guitar, and vocals. Purchasers of the single will enjoy high quality downloads and unlimited streaming on mobile devices through the free BandCamp App starting on Tuesday.
Aaron Lack has scheduled the release of a new summer single for Tuesday, July 25th. Although the title of the single has not yet been announced it has been revealed that the song was recorded in collaboration with songwriting partner, Mark Epstein, and will be available for purchase exclusively through the artist’s website, AaronLack.com and its commercial presence on BandCamp.com.