Sublunary, a one of a kind 6 piece band founded in Egypt with members spanning across 4 countries, makes their powerful debut performance a year after the release of their first EP. Their infectious performance of “Harmonix” off of their self titled EP is filmed at the seaside Roman Theatre which has been abandoned for years.
Their line up includes:
Ahmed Diaa – Piano, Keyboards
Carlos Bras – Drums
Gamaleldin Ghaffar – Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Hadi Birajakli – Lead Guitar
Ramy Abul-Ata – Bass, Guitar
Tom Bell – Guitar, Sound Design
The audio for the film itself was recorded live at Ganoub Studio in Cairo, with the help of Amr Hefny (sound engineer – record producer). The audio files were then transported back to the UK and placed in the hands of Tom Bell, who has recently been officially instated as the sixth member of the band, and has acted as long time producer for Sublunary. The video was created in collaboration with the genius behind Happy Days Films and a long-time member of the Sublunary family, Greg J. Philipon. He was flown in from Marseille last summer in 2019. The shoot for the video itself was conducted in two days, using one camera, and virtually no budget.
Sublunary will be releasing their live performance on their YouTube channel on Friday, August 14th, 2020.
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