Mirk Kickstarts Music Video

January 24th, 2011, 11:03 am by Greg

Soul-rockin’ hip-hopsters Mirk – formerly known as Mirk & the New Familiars – are forging ahead with the making of their upcoming studio album, which is tentatively slated for a spring release.

In conjunction with the album, the band is planning a music video for the album’s first single, “Away,” and as so many bands are doing these days, Mirk is turning to its fan base for financial support. Mirk has begun a Kickstarter campaign to raise $2,500 to make the music video with producer Picture Perfect, who also filmed Mirk’s debut video “Forbidden”:

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Over at Mirk’s Kickstarter web page, fans are invited to contribute at various price levels and receive various rewards from the band. Pledge $25, and receive Mirk’s previous two albums and two music videos on a flash card. Pledge $100, and earn a spot as an extra in the upcoming video shoot. Pledge $750, and Mirk will come to your house to cook breakfast for you.

Mirk is hoping to raise $2,500 by Saturday, February 19, and they’re already halfway to their goal.

Meanwhile, Mirk has made their 2010 album, “Love/Live: A 2pt Trilogy,” available for free download.

ALSO AT KICKSTARTER: Nippertown art-rockers Alta Mira are also in the midst of their own Kickstarter fund drive. They are hoping to raise $5,000 to finish recording their sophomore album. They are halfway to their goal, but there are only five days left in the pledge drive.

One thought on “Mirk Kickstarts Music Video”

  1. Mirk has $1,575 to go, Alta Mira less than $1,600.
    Can they…go…all…the…way?

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