Exclusive video premiere for Fort Collins band SHEL‘s, “Send My Kiss” debuting in the film, No Postage Necessary, the first feature film ever to be released on the blockchain. The cast includes George Blagden, from Vikings, Charleene Closshey, Robbie Kay. “Send My Kiss” comes out on Friday, Aug 10, to the public.
The film’s writer/director, Jeremy Culver, says,
“I’m thankful for the art SHEL continues to create. Their song was perfect for No Postage Necessary; their music is perfect for the world.” He adds, “With its ethereal, dreamy vibe, SHEL’s “Send My Kiss” evoked a perfect complement to the scene and the surrounding score,” states producer/composer Charleene Closshey. “The ladies’ songwriting so poignantly directs us towards an inner space of vulnerability we’ve all experienced, setting the emotion for a pivotal scene in the film.”
Viewers will be able to buy the film through the blockchain-based video app Vevue and pay for it with the app’s digital currency.
SHEL is a band of sisters: Eva, Hannah, Sarah, and Liza Holbrook, who was born in a five-year span, now all in their 20s, raised in a beatnik-and art-centered family in Fort Collins. See them perform “Send My Kiss” on the Mountain Avenue Stage at noon Saturday at Bohemian Nights at New West Fest.