Band Sets New Record For 'The Most Costume Changes In A Music Video'
Jun 22, 2012 12:59
Forget about Carly Rae Jepsen. Brooklyn-based rockers Eytan and The Embassy just broke the world record for number of costume changes with this ingenious music video to their super-catchy song “Everything Changes.” See if you can count the number of celebrities referenced in this clip:
Released on June 18th, the video is steadily making its round online. Even actor Neil Patrick Harris is reportedly a fan. Check out the behind the scenes clip below:
Following their success, the band is asking their fans to contribute to a second take of the video and post it on their official Facebook page:
We want YOUR contribution for a second take! Upload videos of you singing along in a costume of your favorite artists. Who did we miss? The best submissions will be included in our next video.
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