This week’s music video of the week comes from the rock band Grocery Store. The video features the band performing in, you guessed it, a grocery store!
The video is a great example of how to make the most of your limited space and resources. The band makes use of the store’s aisles and shelves as their stage, and the video’s editing is top-notch, making full use of the band’s high energy performance.
Music Video of the Week: Rock in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video features the band Rock in the Grocery Store playing their song “I Wanna Be Sedated” in a grocery store. The video was shot in one continuous take and features the band members shopping for groceries and playing their instruments throughout the store.
The video has been praised for its creative concept and execution, and has been viewed over millions of times on YouTube. Rock in the Grocery Store is a unsigned band from Los Angeles, California.
Music Video of the Week: Pop in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video features a grocery store clerk who loves to rock out while he’s working. The footage is set to the song “Pop” by the band The Ting Tings. It’s a fun and catchy tune that is sure to put a smile on your face.
Music Video of the Week: Hip Hop in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video of the week is hip hop in the grocery store! We love this video for its creative use of grocery store items to create a song and dance routine that is sure to get you moving.
Music Video of the Week: Indie in the Grocery Store
It’s been a week since we’ve last posted a music video, so we figured it was about time to mix things up a bit. This week, instead of featuring a mainstream artist, we’re showcasing an up-and-coming indie band that you may not have heard of before.
The band is called Bully and they’re from Nashville, Tennessee. Their sound has been described as “a mix of grunge, pop and punk, with echoes of ’90s bands like Weezer and Hole” (via Pitchfork). Their new album, Losing, comes out on September 23.
The video we’re featuring this week is for the song “I Remember.” It was directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz and it features the band performing in… Wait for it… A grocery store! We know, we know, you’ve seen it all before. But what sets this video apart is the creative use of the store’s shelves and products to create interesting visuals. For example, at one point frontman Cole Becker is seen standing in front of a pyramid of canned soup—a not-so-subtle nod to the tyranny of the corporate food system.
So without further ado, here’s Bully with “I Remember.”
Music Video of the Week: Country in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video is of the Rock genre, and it is set in a grocery store! The video features a band playing their music throughout the store, much to the enjoyment of the shoppers.
Music Video of the Week: Jazz in the Grocery Store
Each week, we feature a different music video from a up-and-coming artist. This week’s video is Jazz in the Grocery Store by the band Rock in the Grocery Store.
Rock in the Grocery Store is a band that truly embodies the jazz genre. Their music is characterized by its improvisational nature, and their live performances are always full of energy and spontaneity. In this particular video, we see the band members performing in a grocery store, using whatever they can find to create their music. This includes pots and pans, produce, and even the store’s PA system!
The Jazz in the Grocery Store video is a great example of the band’s creative approach to making music. It’s also a fun and unique way to promote their upcoming album, which is sure to be a hit with fans of jazz and improvised music.
Music Video of the Week: Blues in the Grocery Store
Music has the ability to evoke all sorts of emotions, and the Monday blues are no exception. But what if you could rock out your frustrations instead of wallowing in them? That’s the premise of this week’s music video selection, “Rock in the Grocery Store” by The Groceries.
The Groceries are a five-piece band from Austin, Texas, and “Rock in the Grocery Store” is the lead single from their self-titled debut album. The video was filmed in one take at an actual grocery store, and it features the band members rocking out as they go about their supermarket shopping.
The result is a fun and catchy song that will hopefully put a smile on your face this Monday morning. So crank up the volume and let The Groceries help you beat the blues!
Music Video of the Week: Classical in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video features a classical twist on a familiar setting – the grocery store! Watch as these talented musicians perform some of your favorite classical pieces in the aisles and among the produce. It’s sure to put a smile on your face and perhaps inspire you to try something new the next time you go shopping.
Music Video of the Week: Electronic in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video comes from the band Electronic, with their song “Get the Message.” The video was shot entirely in a grocery store, and features the band members performing amidst the aisles of food.
The video is a great example of how a simple concept can be executed in an fun and interesting way. The grocery store setting is a great contrast to the fast-paced, energetic music, and the video does a great job of highlighting the band’s personality.
If you’re a fan of Electronic or just looking for a new music video to watch, check out “Get the Message” below.
Music Video of the Week: World in the Grocery Store
This week’s music video comes from the band Rock in the Grocery Store. The song, “World in the Grocery Store,” is a high-energy rock track that features the band performing in, you guessed it, a grocery store!
The video is a fun, festive way to celebrate the holiday season and get people into the holiday spirit. So if you’re looking for a music video that’s both festive and rocking, look no further than Rock in the Grocery Store’s “World in the Grocery Store”!
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