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Premiere: Aaron Orbit Releases New Music Video “Agua Mala”

Kicking off another exciting premiere week, we got the always exciting Aaron Orbit whose back with the both stylish and cinematic video for “Agua Mala”.  The video revolves around Aaron traversing the last place on earth where one would want to find the “bad water”… the hot, humid, arid desert. Donned in a full suit, Aaron wanders aimlessly across the sand with the sun blazing down from above. Assorted shots mixed in include black and white cuts of Aaron immersed underwater and the propulsive beat being executed on a drum set.  Much like the theme of the song, however, the video is primarily an abundance of beautiful, vast shots of Aaron making his way across a seemingly never-ending landscape in search of something that just may not exist…

Aaron Orbit, hailing from the bucolic, bohemian, seaside paradise of Ventura, CA, has already established himself on the music video landscape. With his previous video for “Prove Me Wrong,” he showed his ability to captivate the camera while offering up compelling, cinematic visuals. While “Prove You Wrong” was by and a large a small scale production, his brand new video for “Agua Mala” is a whole other experience in itself with its scope and sweeping grandeur.

Seeing an independent artist like Aaron Orbit singlehandedly accomplish such a stellar result shouldn’t really come as a surprise. Prior to striking out on his own, Aaron toured the country, played thousands of shows, and played the major label game with his previous acts 8STOPS7 and Le Meu Le Purr. For all of the miles under his belt as a part of a band, it wasn’t until a series of sudden, dramatic changes in his personal and professional life that he was able to find the true voice that had been hiding inside all along.

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  1. Great job Aaron! I totally dug the cinematography; it captures the mood of the song incredibly well, truly beautiful. Ventura’s proud to have you. Your voice has always blown me away!

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