Eytan and The Embassy Set World Record with Music Video


Brooklyn-based rock outfit Eytan And The Embassy have released a new music video for their song “Everything Changes” and it’s not just a music video, but a historic one at that! The group have set a world record for the most costume changes in an unedited music video with an impressive 18 changes in a single take to vocalist Eytan Oren’s wardrobe.

The video took a day to rehearse and 30 takes to nail it perfectly and features Oren portraying such legends as Billy Joel, John Lennon, Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie), and Elton John. This video is brilliant and we’ve got the goods for you right here on UTG!

After the break, check out Eytan And The Embassy’s record-breaking video for “Everything Changes” and a statement from the band regarding their wishes to do a second take with fan contribution!

The band posted the following with their video:
“We want YOUR contribution for a second take! Upload videos of you singing along in a costume of your favorite artists. Who did we miss? The best submissions will be included in our next video.”

You can submit your videos to their Facebook page.

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