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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Pete Yorn - "Calm Down" [Rock & Alternative]

Calm Down

"Calm Down" music video by Pete Yorn
Added: 20-08-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Pete Yorn - Calm Down (Official Video)

From Pete Yorn’s seventh solo full length studio album Caretakers, available now:
Directed by Tyler Manson
Cinematographer: Scott Soens
Grace and power: Gilda Hariri
Grace and power: Buddy
Executive Producer: Justin Cooper
Producer: Ari Schneiderman
Production Supervisor: Mike Fahey
Shot at Fox Creek Farm and along the Malibu coast.
Fox Creek Farm Owner and horse trainer: Lucy Stewart
Horse owner: Kathy Nelson
Shot on 16mm film with cameras and lenses provided by Alan Gordon Enterprises.
Special thanks to Emmett Malloy for all your help with putting this together and assembling the team.
A OneScoop Production.
Owned, Licensed and Distributed by Shelly Music, 2019.
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New Jersey native Pete Yorn took a rather unique route to singer/songwriter acclaim, gaining his first big break by providing the score to a Farrelly Brothers film. Having graduated from Syracuse University several years prior, the 26-year-old pulled up stakes in 2000 and relocated to Los Angeles, California, where he began writing music for film and television. Prospects increased when Yorn was recruited to score Me, Myself, & Irene, a Farrelly Brothers movie starring Jim Carrey. One of his own pop/rock numbers, "Strange Condition," appeared on the film's soundtrack and was subsequently released as a single, where it fared well on the modern rock charts and increased public demand for Yorn's songwriting.

He signed to Capitol in 2015 and reunited with R. Walt Vincent -- the producer of Musicforthemorningafter -- for 2016's Arranging Time. Working once again with Johansson, Yorn issued the 2018 EP Apart, a sequel to the duo's 2009 collaboration, Break Up. Another duet appeared later that year, this time between Yorn and Liz Phair on a cover of Pixies' 1989 classic "Here Comes Your Man."

Tags : 2019, 10s, Pete Yorn