LAUS DEO SEMPER
Tonight Alive - Little Lion Man
from the 2011 release Punk Goes Pop 4
(originally by Mumford & Sons)
is the copyrighted property of its owner(s).
You can download the original version of this song here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/punk...
NO drum replacement was done in this mix, this is a 100% acoustically recorded and mixed track: absolutely no supplementation, layering, or triggering was done (recorded on a DW Performance Series kit).
An enormous thanks to Bret Munoz from http://http://www.brettmunozphoto.com for providing the cameras for this shoot, I appreciate it VERY much.
All hand-held camera work by Jonathan Beltran from CJ3 | Creative - http://www.cj3creative.com
Lighting by Jose Altonaga.
Filmed and recorded in the Drum Channel Green Room, Drum Channel Studios, Oxnard, California, USA. http://www.drumchannel.com
This video is part of The 101 Series and was filmed, edited, engineered, mixed, mastered, and produced in its entirety by Cobus Potgieter.
The first time I heard this song I realised it just had that infectious energy that would make it so SO much fun to jam along to. It's the fastest song in this series and so it definitely exhausted me quite a lot :) When I first started playing drums pop-punk and fast rock was pretty much all I played, but I haven't really spent a lot of time on pop-punk the past few years.. so it was exhausting but AWESOME.
Also, it should be noted: as always, I removed the swear words in this song. In every run of the chorus, "I really ****ed it up this time" was replaced by other words.. so sometimes it makes things sound a little funky :) Examples are: "I really you'red it up this time" and "I really fnot it up this time".