Singer-Songwriter Dan Miraldi Debuts New Music Video

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Cleveland-born singer-songwriter Dan Miraldi has just released a music video for his new song, “Parallel Universe,” the single from his forthcoming album Chaos, Destruction & Dancing, scheduled for release in July. Steven Beller of Cold Robot Studios directed the video, which features Miraldi along with Jenna Fournier from the local band Nights.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of alternate realities,” Miraldi explains in a press release. “That’s what this song is about. There is always that person about whom you wonder — if you had done something differently, maybe you would be living a totally different life? With the video, we tried to take that message and use the mirrors and camera angles to visually deliver the song’s message.” “Parallel Universe” was produced by locally based Dave Douglas (Relient K, Attack Cat) and was mastered by another local, Adam Boose. We’ve got the premiere of the music video. You can check it out here.

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