Bohnes is premiering the exclusive music video for recently released single “My Friends” today with Earmilk. This new solo project from Alex DeLeon (The Cab) has been continuously pushing the boundaries of creativity through music and visual content. The video, shot in over 25 locations in Tokyo, Japan brings the track to life with a visual representation of accepting your demons and truly being yourself. Bohnes shares that “the video represents ostracism of those who are different and is a discussion on the definition of beauty. No matter how bad things are, no matter how dark the clouds are in your mind, or how lonely you feel, there is someone out there looking for someone just like you. You are never alone. Your ugliness is beautiful to someone. You just have to find them.” Fans can watch the video today at http://bit.ly/2BOLwv8.
Produced by Matt Johnson (Matt and Kim), the track gives listeners grungy guitar hooks with a modern pop beat and catchy drum breaks evident of all of the musical influences of Bohnes. Fans can stream “My Friends” across all digital platforms by heading to https://awal.lnk.to/Acr_W.
Bohnes pulls from influences like Johnny Cash, Rage Against the Machine, Justin Timberlake and Frank Sinatra while maintaining a global focus in every aspect of the project. He has traveled to every continent and has filmed or photographed content in over 65 countries. From his debut music video being shot at an abandoned theme park in Japan and premiered with Entertainment Tonight, this is just the beginning of what is sure to be an incredible journey.