Super Stereo Seen on the Scene
Brooklyn-based journalist Britten Leigh Heft recently sat down with PM Nightly of Super Stereo to discuss the finer points of Futurepop and the making of their hit video for the single “Life Passed Me By”. The blog she runs, Scene B Seen, LLC covers style, beauty and nightlife in the New York area and beyond. Ms. Heft, who also did a piece on Queens, NY rapper Tarik NuClothes and his fashion-forward hip hop, is a go-to source for all things chic as she connects a variety of scenester facets in her sidebar round up.
PM Nightly, one of the founding singer/songwriters in the band, stresses that it’s a team process and each member contributes their own sort of super power. Having been working with graphic artist John Taylor, he claims that their backstory and unique charms will become more clear as their official Super Stereo comic book series is unveiled at Phoenix Comicon in April.
Though Super Stereo hails from the great Southwest, the 5pc band worked with acclaimed director Nick Morrison of Astronaut/RGB2Creative to shoot their video last Fall in iconic NYC spots, including Manhattan rooftops at dusk and seedy Williamsburg dive bars. Since it was released on MTV.com a month ago, it’s been viewed over 30,000 times.
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Click here to read the full Scene B Seen interview.