Thursday, 25 April 2019


Its been a while...

As I mentioned in my last Blog post, I have some cool photos from the What Goes Around video shoot! Some of them have been posted on Lilygun's Facebook page. If you missed them, here are a few...

The time has come for me to start thinking about the third and final Lilygun music video! At this point, it doesn't matter when we bring it out, only that we do, as I will not feel as though I have completed the second album run without it!

I know there has been a big gap between the album release and video releases but for us, it really doesn't matter! We are creating things for you, our fans, and we know that you don't care how long it takes us to bring you new things! Also we only want to release things of quality, so sometimes the stars must align, and that can take time...

Plus, as many of you know, I run an empire which takes up a lot of my time, and so, it's a challenge for me to keep all my plates spinning at the same time! However, I feel the time to assemble my video crew is near and I'm excited to see what we come up with next!

The Inside music video behind the scenes video clips were popular, so I will see if there's any clips of us creating the What Goes Around video too! I'll get back to you on this...

Thank you all for your continued support and love, Lilygun fans really are the best! 🖤


Wednesday, 14 November 2018

The Final Part!

I saved the final video clip for you from the making of the Inside music video for Halloween! Did you see it on our YouTube Channel? It's a menacing moment captured from the video shoot by the brilliant Mr David Ryder Prangley. A sufficiently dark clip for All Hallows Eve I thought!

There were a few segments to the music video. Up close and personal, weird ghost dancer and big bad bass! This clip is taken from the last segment. Enjoy Part Five here if you haven't seen it already!

I'm so pleased that so many people have enjoyed the Inside music video! It was so easy and fun to film. All the elements of this video seemed to effortlessly come together, naturally and spontaneously.

I must thank my crew: Shelly d'Inferno for the stunning job she did with my hair and makeup, David Ryder Prangley for being such an awesome director and making the whole process so enjoyable and Adie Hardy for his technical and editing handy-work. You guys are the best!

Watch the video here:

I still have one or two more treats up my sleeve for you, plus some pretty cool photos from the 'What Goes Around' music video shoot!

Look out for them...