Now I See Release “Decisions” Music Video


Metalcore newcomers Now I See has release their newest single and music video “Decisions“. The new single comes from the bands forthcoming full-length which will be released later this year and was produced by Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, I See Stars).

Frontman Ian Schneider said, “People often say that If you can control the process of choosing, you can take control of all aspects of your life. You can find the freedom that comes from being in charge of yourself. The thing about real life is that you will always get what you give, whether it’s good or bad. We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us.”

The video was directed by Jensen Noen, who has worked with names like, Emmure, Crown The Empire, Asking Alexandria and was shot in the Los Angeles area at Four Aces movie set, where a few music videos were made for artists like Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Backstreet Boys.

Now I See is a newcomer hard rock outfit from Russia. After a great start on the local scene with few performances in the local events (including some shows with such bands as Betraying The Martyrs and Adept), band has decided to take a big step forward and build their own American Dream. Late 2014, after recording some groundbreaking demos, Now I See were invited to work on their debut full-length record with the producer Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, Attila, Crown The Empire etc.) on very special conditions as a promising, potentially breakthrough upcoming artist.

Immediately after the recording band decides to shoot a music video on the one of songs off the record called “Decisions” with a director Jensen Noen (who mostly known by his works with such great names as Emmure, Crown The Empire, Heartist and Asking Alexandria). Despite the great distance, Now I See went to Los Angeles right from Russia and shot their debut music video.

The fall of 2015, right after departure from United States, Now I See were invited to play a few sold-out shows with Asking Alexandria across their homeland as a supporting act. The band accepts the offer to try their hand before releasing new music and future concert activities, and after this small ride gets very positive feedback about their performance.

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