HarvestBloom to Walk the Red Carpet in L.A.

HarvestBloom’s Music Video for THE NARCISSIST will debut in the Landmark Theatre in L.A.

HarvestBloom’s Music Video for THE NARCISSIST was just accepted to the 3rd Annual NEW MEDIA FILM FESTIVAL which will be held June 12th and 13th in Los Angeles, CA. As part of the festival, the video will be included in the festival’s competition, which Linkin Park won last year. The band will walk the Red Carpet on Tuesday, June 12th and THE NARCISSIST Music Video will debut in the Landmark Theatre in L.A. on Wednesday, June 13th.

The Music Video for THE NARCISSIST was shot with the RED EPIC® in Baltimore, MD and was directed by Charlie Anderson and Justin Beckenheimer of StrataTek Studios. THE NARCISSIST is a song of warning to one who is prideful and a plea to turn one’s life around by choosing Jesus.  The Music Video for “The Narcissist” tells a story about a person who is masquerading as someone else, deceiving herself and then dealing with the consequences of her choices.

While HarvestBloom is in L.A., they will also be filming a couple of upcoming episodes of G Rock, which airs on JCTV on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. PST.

HarvestBloom is scheduled to perform at The Edge of Christian Life Center in Bensalem, PA May 18th and with Brian “Head” Welch’s new band LOVE and DEATH in Fredericksburg, VA on June 26th.

About HarvestBloom:

HarvestBloom has released 4 EPs and 2 music videos.  Their current radio single, THE NARCISSIST was recorded and produced by Tony Correlli of Deep End Recording Studios.  THE NARCISSIST is currently spinning on both Christian Rock Radio and College Radio.  Their band’s last radio single, LET IT GO, peaked on the New & Active list on Christian Rock Radio Chart – Billboard Magazine, on September 2, 2011. HarvestBloom’s LET IT GO EP was recently licensed by The Discovery Communications Network, various sport networks including FOX, NFL Network, ESPN and NASCAR, and several MTV programs including 10 on Top and Rob Drydek’s Fantasy Factory.

About The New Media Film Festival:

“The New Media Film Festival intersects the interactivity of new technologies & formats for Media & Cinema with global consciousness, honoring stories worth telling in all media that are innovative, imaginative and inspirational. Stories that make you laugh, cry, think & go beyond the ordinary.”

HarvestBloom can be seen or heard online at www.harvestbloommusic.com or http://www.youtube.com/user/harvestbloom.

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