(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Levy & The Oaks “Sound Of The City”
Levy & The Oaks latest EP “Sound Of The City” hit the Jersey Rock scene last Summer. The release takes the band in a more Pop Rock-oriented direction while retaining the deep lyrics and vocal harmony fans have come to expect from the Asbury Park Indie Rock outfit. You can score a copy of “Sound Of The City” at levyandtheoaks.com!
Don’t miss Levy & The Oaks at Coney Island Baby in New York City on Friday 2/22! The Band is rocking Radiator King’s EP release show along with Elliot & The Ghost and The Burns that night. It’s a 21+ show. Tickets are $15 and are available at ticketweb.com.
The video for the title track of “Sound Of The City” was directed, filmed and edited by Andrea Morgan of Andrea Morgan Creative. It features singer Levy Okun singing and playing piano on the Asbury Park beach, far away from the attic in which the song was written. Okun calls the song a “self-fulfilling prophecy,” writing “everything I had written down in this song came true and happened to me only a few months later. I ended up living by the beach with my old life washed away. This particular video represents the loneliness I suffered transitioning searching once again for my purpose. The sound of the city kept me hopeful that all would be right in the end.”
“Sound Of The City” is a beautiful video that does an excellent job of utilizing its photogenic surroundings. The band gets extra points for going to the trouble of dragging a piano across the Asbury Park Beach right up to the Atlantic Ocean… and then dragging it back when the video shoot was done.
Learn more at levyandtheoaks.com.
Check out the video for “Sound Of The City”!