Music Video Premiere: Check Out Deluka's "Home," Created by High School Students

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Have you ever wanted to create a music video?

That's what this talented group of high school students in the "Tribeca Film Fellows" program got to do. Director Francisco Perez and his cast and crew created the video for Deluka's lead single, "Home." The indie pop-rock band from Birmingham, England (now based in Los Angeles) wanted a creative interpretation of their song. Francisco's treatment was chosen, and he won a $2000 creative stipend from Deluka and their label Vel Records.

"It's very teenage free spirit, so you just want to have kids who are having fun and going out," explains one of the cast members. Check out all the fun and hard work that went down behind the scenes all over New York, from SoHo to Coney Island, below. "This experience has been a huge learning opportunity for me," says Francisco. "I feel a great connection with a great crew and cast. Everyone is so committed." We hope to see this group in the actual Tribeca Film Festival one day.

If you want to hear more Deluka, check out their new EP, BONDS.


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