The Imaginaries “Walking On A Wire” Out Aug 14 | Stunning Video Shot In OK Desert – See Trailer Now

The Imaginaries, Shane Henry (guitar, vocals) and Maggie McClure (keys, piano, vocals), are set to release their third single, “Walking On A Wire” August 14, a song written about facing obstacles head on and pushing through, no matter what, to overcome them.  Pre-save/Pre-order the song HERE.  “’Walking On A Wire’  is about the balancing act that artists face daily,” says Maggie McClure. “It’s about opportunities that we’ve been given that have then been taken away due to circumstances completely out of our control. But it’s also a song about keeping the faith and staying the course, no matter what.”  

The Imaginaries also shot a stunning video for “Walking On A Wire,” watch the :30 trailer HERE, which once again pairs Maggie and Shane with director Reagan Elkins who directed the duo’s previous two videos “Revival” and “Thinking ‘Bout You.”  Shot in Little Sahara State Park in Waynoka, OK and Gloss Mountain State Park in Fairview, OK, they wanted to do something even more experimental and different from what they’ve done before.  “We can’t wait for our fans to see a different side of us in this video,” says Maggie and Shane, “and we are looking forward to their reaction when it’s released.” More information about the video and its release date will be announced soon.

The Imaginaries recently released their swampy, gritty second single, “Revival,” with itsO Brother, Where Art Thou? meets Bonnie and Clyde themed short film “Revival”.  It’s no wonder the Bella Thorne crime movieInfamous (out now) chose “Walking On A Wire” for a featured scene in the Bonnie and Clyde-esque film. The placement of the “Walking On A Wire” in the film runs parallel but counter to the message of the short film for “Revival.”  The couple in Infamous head down a dark path of crime and destruction while The Imaginaries in “Revival” follow the path to new beginnings and salvation.

About RJ Frometa

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