ALTHOUGH the weather wasn't kind to Rockhampton band The Short Fall while they tried to make their first music video recently, the final product has made the Conway brothers extremely proud.

The video made for The Meadow from their five-track EP, Make A Move, released in September last year, was set among the gorgeous landscape of Henderson Park between Rockhampton and Yeppoon.

The band received two grants from Rockhampton Regional Council's Regional Arts Development Fund this year. One was to aid making the EP and the other was to help make a music video.

Rockhampton brothers Angelo and Ryan Conway who are known as The Short Fall have just released their first professionally made music video to go with their latest single.
Rockhampton brothers Angelo and Ryan Conway who are known as The Short Fall have just released their first professionally made music video to go with their latest single. Contributed

"Obviously we're stoked to be given these grants because it's given us the opportunity to create something so much more professional," one half of The Short Fall, Angelo Conway said.

"We were always going to be doing these things either way, but it's just given us so many more options with where we could take this."

So with the help of local production, clothing and events businesses, including Living Lens Productions, Mad Dog Productions, Swarv Menswear, Red Carpet Events and Stylish Events, Angelo said they were very happy with the outcome.

"We workshopped ideas with Pete and Emily from Living Lens, and worked with them on it for a few months, while also involving a lot of people in the region who were all part of the process, so it was a really rewarding process," Angelo said.

Rockhampton brothers Angelo and Ryan Conway who are known as The Short Fall have just released their first professionally made music video to go with their latest single.
Rockhampton brothers Angelo and Ryan Conway who are known as The Short Fall have just released their first professionally made music video to go with their latest single. Contributed


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