Tel-Aviv, Israel based, Britpop/ folk-electronic artist, Benjamin’s Brother, announces the release of his brand new video, “Story About A Broken Heart.” The track is from his upcoming LP, Like The First Time. The artistic and visually stunning video was directed by Israeli directing duo, Too Short for Modeling. In addition, BlackBoard studios, a boutique post production studio based in Tel Aviv, handled production, 3D animation and compositing for the video.
Too Short For Modeling are Noam Sharon and Tal Rosenthal. After meeting at a party 6 years ago, the two began working on a comedy YouTube channel (Now with over 14 million views) and 6 months later, they signed a contract with Israel’s comedy channel “Bip” and Keshet broadcasting network to create the “1.70 Meters” television series. Sharon went on to direct the award winning music video for Acollective’s “Breakapart.” The Line of Best Fit calls Sharon’s work “one of the most impressive visual spectacles of the year.” With LA Indie Film Fest, International Independent Film Awards and Avanca Film Festival wins under his belt, he reunited with Rosenthal in 2015 and began directing commercials and other music videos. Benjamin Brother’s “Story About A Broken Heart” is the duo’s debut.
Noam Maoz and Sagi Frenkel founded BlackBoard Studios in 2013. Their goal was to build their own studio that produced creative and memorable commercials and video clips for brands and artists around the world. With much success, BlackBoard Studios specializes in live production, 3D animation and advanced interactive solutions. In the past two years, they’ve produced videos for notable international companies such as HP, Intel, Ormat, Verint and more, as well as the award winning music video for Acollective’s “Breakapart” alongside Too Short for Modeling’s Sharon and Rosenthal.
Joseph Bach is the mastermind behind Benjamin’s Brother; creating all the music, lyrics and recordings along with producer Gil Lewis. Bach blends his eclectic tastes which include Arabic music, American folk and even techno to make a sound solely his own. With a strong following in Israel, Benjamin’s Brother is ready to expand their reach to the United States.