Voting starts this monday (aug.28th). If Eleventyseven gets the most votes for this week then "myspace" will be added into their regular rotation. Hooray!
YOU CAN ALSO VOTE WITH YOUR CELL PHONE by texting the word FRESHMAN to 22422.
Voting begins at 11am on Monday 8/28 and ends at 11:59am on Friday 9/1
"The reason we've chosen unicorns is that they are a symbol of imagination, creativity, and hope. We want to be able to share that with kids who are less fortunate than us."
These donations are being called the "Save the Unicorns Foundation." Help if you can as Eleventyseven trys to bring light to a dark place.
The video includes a massive improvised food fight shot with students at Glendale High School in Tulsa, Okla. Filmed by Steelehouse Productions, the “MySpace” video storyline mimics its lyrical message about embracing individualism and being honest about who you really are:
"When was the last time you were honest / Instead of posting blogs of fake emotions / When you finally resurface to the point of finding purpose / We’ll begin to see just who you are" Frontman Matt Langston elaborates, “Hopefully it just gets kids thinking about the fact that there is more to life than conforming to a profile you create to feel accepted. You can’t live life only showing people what you want them to see."
As for the food fight, it was shot over two days and involved more than 100 students armed with cafeteria not-so-favorites. Director Sam Stanton comments on the video’s technical challenges, “Filming a food fight isn’t what was tough, it was convincing everyone who had to clean up that it was a good idea to do it.”
To view the “MySpace” video, go online to: YouTube or Google.
eleventyseven’s first single, “More Than a Revolution,” has been a specialty radio favorite, and the group was featured this spring on Columbia Records artist Superchick’s national tour. The band’s national debut, And the Land of Fake Believe, released to retail outlets May 16.