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Waiting For Sunday "The Love Is Gone"

The video's concept is based on surreal imagery involving abstractions of the four elements (earth, air, fire, and water). It follows the same individual through different stages of life (the young artist, the career-focussed early adulthood, middle-age, and senior), but leaves enough symbolic openness for the audience to draw their own meanings and interpretations from the visuals. The goal was to create something unique, powerful, and that would stand-out from other music videos, as well as creating a mood and atmosphere that compliments the song.

This project was accomplished on a meagre budget, being filmed and edited over a period of years. To accomplish the visuals with limited resources, many innovations were required, including building a fully functional and water-proof flooding office set in the director's backyard.

This video was a passion project for the director and the culmination of many years as a visual artist and filmmaker. Every step was taken to ensure the smallest details fit the vision in mind.

  • Colin Everall
  • Colin Everall
  • Dan Weber
    Key Cast
  • Steve Bradley
    Key Cast
  • Brett Dennison
    Key Cast
  • Kent Avery
    Key Cast
  • Colin Everall
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 38 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 30, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    3,500 USD
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  • 49th Annual WorldFest Houston Film Festival
    United States
    Platinum Remi Award Winner
  • 9th Annual Rincon International Film Festival
    Puerto Rico
    April 11, 2016
    Puerto Rican Premiere
    Director's Choice Music Video
  • 2016 FilmQuest Festival
    Salt Lake City
    United States
    Official Selection
  • 2016 Honolulu Film Awards

    Gold Kahuna Award
Director Biography - Colin Everall

Colin Everall has been involved in the Vancouver, Canada Music & Film community for many years, having producer, director, and performer credits on a variety of projects. Previous works include music videos for Post Death Soundtrack's "Ultraviolence" (Producer), Waiting For Sunday's "Last Goodbye" (Producer & Director), and Waiting For Sunday's latest album, The Windsor Effect (2015) (Producer & Mixer).

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Director Statement

This project has been the greatest learning experience of my career to date, and the work I am the most proud of. It is my homage to the aesthetics and style of the '90s music videos that I grew up with - ripe with all the symbolic ambiguities and frenetic editing and effects - and that originally inspired me to pursue filmmaking and music. I hope it connects with the audience the same way that those videos connected with me.