Shining’s “Last Day” video is like ‘The Walk’ of music videos

Posted by on October 12, 2015

Norwegian blackjazz collective Shining have released a scary as hell music video, and it’s not because of gore or blood or anything like that. The video for “Last Day” was filmed on the ledge of a cliff 2,300 feet in the air! We saw a brief clip of it before we knew what it was about, and now the whole thing is online, and holy shit, is it intense. The band flew to Norway’s Trolltunga (or “troll’s tongue”), with a PA and generator to about 2,300 feet in the air. They then performed in front of 300 fans and hikers that had made the five-hour trek to the summit of the mountain. So the next time your band doesn’t want to drive a half an hour away to a show, just show them this video, that does to live performances what The Walk does to walking. The video premiered on Invisible Oranges today, and unless you’re scared of heights, is pretty much a must-see.

International Blackjazz Society will be released on October 23rd on Spinefarm Records. You can pre-order it here.


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