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  • Exclusive Video Premiere: Green Light Theory, "Who's Lost and Found Now?"

    Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:44:49

    Exclusive Video Premiere: Green Light Theory, "Who's Lost and Found Now?" - Watch the clip here!

    What once was lost now is found!

    ARTISTdirect and Green Light Theory, a new alt rock band with both punk and emo influences, are pleased to bring you the band's official video for "Who's Lost and Found Now?" from its self-released, three-song EP.

    Green Light Theory are four musicians hailing from Hawaii, New York and California. The organically-formed band started with brothers Kyle (bass/vocals) and Corey Rutchland (vocals/rhythm guitar).

    When looking for a respectable opinion about a song they wrote, they turned to their close friend, Scott Waldman. Falling in love with the song, Scott joined Green Light Theory as the lead guitarist and back up vocalist. The drummer position was filled by a friend Kyle made while working at Starbucks, Drew Holliday.

    We love it when a band comes together to paraphrase Hannibal from The A-Team.

    "'Who's Lost and Found Now?' is a popular story around the idea that the girl (or guy) that you want to be with may want you, too, but can't bare to be seen with you because they want you as their dirty secret," the band told ARTISTdirect about the song and the video. "The paper hearts you'll find in the video are symbolic for everyone's actual heart being worn out in the open as it usually seems to be. Special thanks to our director, Kathryne Jansen, for all of her hard work."



    Be sure to check out the band's three song EP on Soundcloud by going here.

    Did you dig the video (and the song)? Do you give the band the "Green Light?"

    -Maggie Pannacione
    10.10.13



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