May 19, 2011 by Brenna Ehrlich 5 Share upon TumblremailshareShare upon Tumblremailshare
“Instagram for video” Viddy might have usually only launched, though it’s already been seized upon by clean-cut stone rope Panic during a Disco. The rope is asking fans to download a app as good as assistance emanate a video for a latest single, “Ready to Go.”
“We had been deliberating a thought of formulating a crowd-sourced video upon a arriving tour, as good as when you stumbled upon Viddy a integrate weeks ago it sounded identical to it could be just what you were seeking for,” a rope tells us.
If you recall, Viddy is a amicable video app which lets users request filters as good as alternative goods to reduced clips shot upon their iPhones. Panic during a Disco is asking fans to follow their account, PanicAtTheDisco, as good as movie a rope behaving upon debate — as good as a crowd, venue, etc. Fans can afterwards tab #readytogo, so which a rope can total a clips for a arriving video.
“We have a most appropriate fans in a world, as good as it invariably ceases to dazzle us how ardent they have been about a band, so anytime you can find a approach to combine with them it’s a outrageous win,” a rope says. “There substantially isn’t a improved approach to constraint a live uncover than by a eyes of a fans themselves.”
Moby not long ago launched a identical debate around a his latest album, Destroyed, in which he hosted a tide of a front upon a dedicated site featuring user-submitted Instagram photos.
The area of amicable video- as good as photo-sharing apps seems to be a fruitful a single for bands anticipating to correlate with their fanbase. We’ll be meddlesome to see what campaigns arise as apps of which inlet turn some-more ubiquitous.
Image pleasantness of Panic during a Disco
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