- Big Red Machine Premieres Three New Music Videos from Debut Album
- American singer-songwriters Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner, their side project called Big Red Machine released their self-titled debut album on August 31, 2018.
From the album, the duo dropped three new music video for “I Won't Run from It”, “Gratitude” and “Forest Green”, directed by Eric Timothy Carlson and Aaron Anderson.
The videos feature colorful imagery mixed collages and layering of graphics and text.
The album comprises of 10-track and features a host of collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, This Is the Kit, and members of Arcade Fire and the Staves contributing to the album.
Justin Vernon is known as Bon Iver perfoming since the mid-2000s. He recently joined in Eminem's new album "Kamikaze", where he performed on "Fall" as vocals.
While, Aaron Dessner is known as part of The National since the late '90s.
"This is all part of something we call People, a large collective and community of artists that's been collaborating for a long time — which is a way to sort of work together and publish music that's sort of outside of the traditional marketing bottleneck," Aaron Dessner explains. "Big Red Machine is really a community effort: I guess it involves almost 30 musicians. It does come out of our friendship, but it's really something that is deeply collaborative."
- source : Pitchfork