Sweet Jane, Black Eyes – Music Video. Alternative / Indie / Rock music

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Watch Video – Black Eyes 

A Cashmere Media Production

Photography: Jang Productions

About ” Sweet Jane” 

Sweet Jane’s origins
lie in early 2007, comprised of Danda, Lydia Des Dolles and Ruairi Paxton, the
trio have successfully become one of Ireland’s most exciting & most talked
about new bands. In 2008 they released their debut EP ‘Blackboots &
Blackhearts’ to a succession of positive reviews from weekly’s, monthlies and the
tres important blog world, which in turn saw them featured on their ‘Best Of
2009’ / ‘Hope of 2010’ Lists.

Their live set is
described as an energetic roller coaster of sleazy guitars, achingly sexy
vocals, split between Lydia & Danda & topped off with their trade mark
‘dream-pop rock ‘n roll’. For the last 12 months the band have been touring
furiously throughout the UK & Ireland, which resulted in their invitation
to tour with bands such as GLASVEGAS || BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB || A PLACE
TO BURY STRANGERS || THE KILLS || WHITE LIES || THE DUKE SPIRIT and have
appeared in the line-ups of popular UK & Ireland music festival’s such as
THE DREAM MACHINE FESTIVAL (Sheffield, UK), INDIE-PENDANCE (Cork, Ireland),
IRISH GREEN GATHERING (Wexford, Ireland) & LONDONS CALLING (London, UK) The
biggest part of the last year for the band was being offered to tour alongside
Alan Mc Gee & BP Fallon at their infamous Rock & Roll circus DEATH
DISCO in London & Dublin. Whilst numerous tastemakers and popular bloggers
feature the band, one noted supporter is BP Fallon, who has continuously shown
his loyalty & support to Sweet Jane by featuring them as ”Artist of the
week” on his ‘Wang Dang Doodle’ Radio show and frequently playlisting their
singles.

 In March of 2009 they
were picked to become apart of RTE 2’s The Raw Sessions – a music documentary
on upcoming Irish artists, where they had a crew of four people follow them for
a week, filming at their studio, on stage, at home and finishing with a 12 hour
recording session at Sun Studio’s, Dublin where they recorded their single
”Black Eyes”.

 Because
of the dramatic emotion & melody in Sweet Jane’s music it makes for a
perfect partner in film and video, as a result their music will be used in
independent and mainstream productions in the coming months. One director who
felt compelled to use Sweet Jane’s music in one of his pieces was British
Getaway Films director Russell Lee Ford, who offered to produce a music video
for the track ”Blackboots & Blackhearts”, while independent French film
director Sebastian Bellaval is currently mid-production working on a video for
”Take Me Home”. Towards the end of this year they were chosen by Hotpress
Magazine and New York’s most prestigious Film & Arts University NY to
feature as part of their TISCH music video project, in which they completed a
video for their new single ‘You’re Making This Hard’. (Released December 18th
2009)

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