Point Of View is a 5-piece band based in Dubai – Emirates and formed in 2005. They released their debut album “Revolutionize The Revolutionary” back in October 2012. The band has been a stable act in the Dubai scene ever since and accomplished a lot, from winning awards and composing music, to Dubai Metro’s launch and many more achievements. But what is so dear to the band is that they are being endorsed by none other than former Guns N’ Roses guitarist RON BUMBLEFOOT THAL. The legendary guitarist flew personally from New York to play the whole 11 tracks from POV’s debut album live with the band during their album release.
Four years after the album release and in an unconventional move, POV released a music video for “3RD EYE”, the opening track on the Debut Album “Revolutionize The Revolutionary”. It is not a common practice for a band to release an official music video for a song that was released 4 years ago, but who said this is a wrong thing to do? Who set those rules? We actually find this as a great action to keep the music flowing and making it reach more and new ears.
Revolutionize The Revolutionary is one of the best albums that were released in the Middle East. When the band released the video, they reminded me to listen to the album yet again and remember how amazing their music is.
The music video is RED and fits with the album cover design, giving the revolution spirit a boost. The talented photographer George Durzi directed and shot the music video at The Fridge Dubai. 3rd Eye video was edited by Amit Kumar.
Point Of View are:
Royden Mascarenhas – Lead / Rhythm Guitars
Arsh Sharma – Lead / Rhythm Guitars
Kiran Tauro – Drums
Anshuman Bhattacharya – Bass Guitars
Nikhil Uzgare – Vocals
Video Shoot / Concept:
The Fridge Dubai
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