Freeport, Illinois — Using extras from Freeport and the surrounding area, Freeport’s own Seasaw (Meg Golz & Eve Wilczewski) recently released a new music video filmed in Freeport, Illinois and exclusively at The Wagner House.
Now based in Madison, Wisconsin, Seasaw’s audio track for “Party” is included on Wisconsin Vinyl Collective Volume One. According to a press release issued by the band, this vinyl will be officially released and purchasable on April 22 (Record Store Day) and a large portion of album sales and release show ticket sales are going to a charity called Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund.
The Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund (KWW/CF) is a statewide non-profit charitable effort that steps in and keeps the heat and power on for thousands of elderly, people with disabilities, veterans and working families with young children in crisis. As a result of generous public, private, business and individual support, KWW/CF provides preventative services and the financial assistance necessary to avert energy-related crisis situations. The KWW/CF provides the only safety net that keeps those most in need safely in their homes. Learn more about KWW/CF on their website at: kwwf.org
You can catch Seasaw at These Release shows for the WVC album:
- April 21 at Riverview Gardens in Appleton, WI
- April 23 at High Noon Saloon in Madison, WI
Seasaw’s video “Party” is constructed around the multiple meanings and uses of the word party. The party is not only a lover’s nickname in the lyrics, but it is also the event in which the video takes place, and the symbol of this relationship that, like all parties, must come to an end. In the video, viewers are taken with Eve and Meg to a place where the lines of reality are blurred, certainty becomes debatable, and the beauty of mystery is honored. Culminating in a layered and stop-motion animation inspired sequence, the finale offers a twist that reminds us why we love Seasaw.
Wisconsin Vinyl Collective & Seasaw’s “Party” Video:
This compilation showcases artists from Wisconsin including the BoDeans, Emperors of Wyoming (Butch Vig), Cory Chisel and Adriel Denae, Gabe Burdulis, Trapper Schoepp and the Shades, Megna and the Monsoons, Buffalo Gospel, The Mascot Theory, & Locksley. http://wivinyl.com/
The music video was shot by Dreibelbis + Fairweather Photography and Alex Jansen of Freeport, IL.