Panic! At The Disco Want Fans to Direct Music Video
The American pop rockers invite high school students from around the world to film the single “Victorious”
Known for delivering out-of-the-box music videos for their tracks, American pop rockers Panic! At The Disco are now asking fans to return the favor. The band has joined hands with the All American High School Film Festival [AAHSFF] and television network Music Choice to let fans create a music video for their latest single “Victorious.” Â The competition is open to high school-aged fans as well as younger children worldwide.
“As my fans know, I love to interact with them””whether it be online or at shows,” said frontman Brendon Urie in an official statement on the AAHSFF website. “I can’t wait to see the submissions we get from budding creatives around the world to bring the music video for “Victorious” to life!”
Fans will have to download “Victorious” from iTunes and then bring their ideas to life by filming a music video for the track. They can send in their completed video to the All American High School Film Festival website.
The winner of the contest will have their music video aired across Music Choice’s entire platform, receive the opportunity to direct an episode of Behind the Lines for Music Choice [a three-minute content piece for Music Choice] and the top music videos will be screened at the AMC Empire 25 Theaters in Times Square, New York City.
The competition closes on July 11th, 2016 and the winner will be announced on October 9th at the 2016 Teen Indie Awards in Brooklyn, New York.
For detailed instructions on how to enter and additional information about the competition, click here.