The Dark Age music video is RegalaMia's newest single, also marking the launch of her debut Album. This has been one of her biggest productions yet. Released on the 9th in the month of Halloween, this video as well as her album will remind us that we all need to embrace the darkness within ourselves, if we wish to become better human beings.
Every piece of art you will see in this video, has been hand crafted by a local artist. Each individual participating in this project has been encouraged to use this video as a canvas for their own artwork. We are all so thrilled to be able to share this amazing collaboration with you.
Meet The Artists
Behind The Scenes
Regalamia - "It was such an incredible experience to work alongside such amazing dedicated artists. I have never felt more supported in my vision and in my musical passions than with this project. The amount of people that came together, along with the truly stunning works of art that were created by each of them, is nothing short of magical.
Kyla Rose did a phenomenal job at creating the "perfect, prim and proper" white scene, which was the very first scene in the music video. It was such an important mood setter for the entire film, and I'm so happy it came out so well!
My videographer Slater Mc Ardle and lighting director Timothy Zimmermann really made things come to life. The quality of this video is so above and beyond anything I've ever released , and it was all thanks to their amazing camera and lighting gear and both of their direction. Timothy was especially wonderful to have on team for all the post editing! We were really lucky to have him.
If it weren't for my creative art director Summer Fae I probably would have never attempted the black paint scene. I'm so glad she convinced me, it is the most experience rich sequences out of everything.
I think this was also one of the most complex scenes in terms of set. We had to order and mix large amounts of paint, as well as create a small pool and back drop to make it happen. The actual shoot only took an hour, but building and taking down set took over 5 hours. So worth it though!
I never expected the forest scene to come out as well as it did. This was filmed in a swampy area surrounded by spider riddled trees and other "fun" insects. You can see my yellow boots in the shots above while I was standing in the pond. I This scene took so long because I couldn't stand in that water for more than 5 minutes before some crazy thing came crawling up my leg. (I'm over exaggerating of course)
In the end this scene came out wonderfully! My main makeup artists Jazmine Avila was a real trooper staying up late with everyone to make sure my makeup was working. She did an amazing job.