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Alternative 13/12/2018

Rock Band The Ultra Release "Look Like Kylie" Video

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Rock band THE ULTRA today announced the video release of "Look Like Kylie." The video was shot at Seret Studios in Brooklyn this past September and was directed by Ynon Lan and produced by Don Shapira.
"We think the intention of this song and video is just to put something out in the world that touches on an important topic without taking itself too seriously. Social media and technology have obviously played a massive role in the way culture functions and the way people evaluate their lives, which is unfortunate. The goal of this song is just to say it's okay to be who you are. Sometimes we feel like that message can get lost in translation."

"Look Like Kylie" was released on September 7th, 2018 and was recorded in Los Angeles with Courtney Ballard of MDDN Co. (Good Charlotte, 5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low, Tori Kelly, etc.)

THE ULTRA, comprised of Alec MacGillivray (vocals), Sam August (guitar), Shaq Druyan (drums) and Pat Lyons (bass,) have had a successful year and made quite a name for themselves in their hometown of Boston.
They were nominated for the 2018 Boston Music Awards "Rock Artist Of The Year" and recently opened for LoCash at the 2018 Pepsi Tailgate Tourin November at Gillette Stadium (before the Patriots Vs. Packers game.)

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