Aside from shooting music videos and live show footage for acts all across the country, Punk with a Camera hosts a YouTube channel featuring sessions from local and touring acts. Recently Moodie Black stopped by while on the road in support of their latest release, Lucas Acid. The duo performed V a n o w e n, the opening track off of the incredibly forthright project. Check out the video, share it, leave a comment and all that jazz.
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Virgil Wolfe brought the musical vision, Punk With A Camera brought what it took to capture the vision in music video form, and Rib Fest Records helped make it all possible. The result is a testimonial style slice of life in the form of Gratitude, where we find Wolfe reflecting on all things big and small worth pointing out, because all of this shaped him into the man he is today. Punk With A Camera helps make everything easy to relate to, keeping the environments grounded rather than forcing Wolfe to posture like someone he is not. These are the kind of videos that both resonate good vibes and help you unlock your ability to do the same. Give it a like, a share and a comment, and keep supporting your favorite indie creators.
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