Eben Brooks Announces Champs Élysées Video

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Filmed at Lestat's in San Diego, the Champs Élysées video unfolds the new story behind this fan-favorite tune.

The Eben Brooks Band is pleased to announce their first MTV-style video.

Filmed at Lestat's Coffee House, this full production video for Champs Élysées is a sensory delight that immerses viewers into the story behind the song. A continual fan favorite, "Champs Élysées" can be found on Eben Brooks' second album, Mirrors (2006).

The song takes its inspiration from a passage in Roger Zelazny's Courts of Chaos. The narrator, while trying to stop the end of the world, remembers turn-of-the-century Paris as a collage of sights, sounds, and smells. This feeling of remembrance and urgency is paralleled in the video, which tells the story of Eben's musical evolution from youthful enthusiasm and self-indulgence to wisdom and self-knowledge.

The video is produced by Sun, Moon, & Stars Productions and was shot in its entirety at Lestat's West, in the Normal Heights area of San Diego.

Current plans for the video include broadcast on European music television.

To view the video, see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsTT2sJDnB8
For Eben Brooks Band biography, see http://music.ebenbrooks.com/story.html
For Eben Brooks Band discography, see http://music.ebenbrooks.com/order.html

Permission to reprint release in entirety or part is granted to any newspaper, media outlet, blog or website.

For media or press kits, please contact The Eben Brooks Band at the URL associated with this press release.

Video permissions for television or Internet broadcast can be obtained by contacting Eben Brooks directly.

Eben Brooks and The Eben Brooks Band are available for interviews and performance dates.


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