Local Indie Rockers These Knees Debut New Music Video

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Indie rockers These Knees have just finished their first official music video for the jittery indie pop tune “Pacifica.” Shot in Cleveland Heights, Edgewater Park, Rocky River Metroparks and Lakewood, the video follows singer-guitarist Stephanie Trivison as she sets up a lemonade stand and then rides her skateboard around town. Cleveland filmmakers Danielle Miller and Julia Thorndike directed it. “We had a mutual respect for each other’s work and [These Knees] trusted us and our ideas, which can be pretty rare,” says Miller in a press release. These Knees have had a busy summer and played at events such as Burning River Fest, Gay Games 9 and Weapons of Mass Creation. The band has also recently opened for acts such as American Authors, Wild Cub and Bad Suns. You can check the video out here. 



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