Local band Hot Mess performs in remote music video
Tim Brody - Editor
The Sioux Lookout Multi Cultural Youth Centre Music Program has recorded and shared its first remote video, featuring the four members of the band Hot Mess, performing Wake Me When It’s Over by The Cranberries.
Each member of the band performed in isolation, with each band member’s performance presented alongside each other.
Program Coordinator Tommy Kuzemczak, a member of the band, shared on the Sioux Lookout Multi Cultural Youth Centre Music Program’s Facebook page on May 9, “When CoVid 19 struck the world we were left with a lot of emotions. The biggest one for me was Fear for my Family, Friends and the Youth that I work with at the Sioux Lookout Multi Cultural Youth Music Program getting the virus. We decided to Produce and Record a song to Video. The Production was a huge challenge to overcome. But we did it. If we can do this, I believe that the world can overcome CoVid 19. My Faith is in God helping the Scientist's, the Medical Faculty and everyone else working together to eliminate this terrible mess we’re in.
“This is the first Remote Video that we have done. This is Hot Mess performing "Wake Me When It's Over". Hot Mess is McKenna Murphy, Eric Goretzki, Paul Matousek and Tommy Kuzemczak. This would never have come together the way it did without Paul's Tracking and Video expertise as well as Blaine Kuzemczak's talents with Mixing and Mastering. Thank You everybody!”
People can view Hot Mess’s performance on Facebook @youthmusicprogram.