Kollaboration San Francisco covers "I'm Glad You're Close to Saving the World"
In order to promote their upcoming showcase at the University of California Berkeley's Zellerbach Auditorium, the participants of Kollaboration San Francisco have revealed a mash-up of Calvin Harris's "Feel So Close," Swedish House Mafia's "Save the World" and The Wanted's "Glad You Came."
Beginning with a black-and-white dark video and acoustic singing by Monsters Calling Home, the video then transitions into vibrant colors, featuring not only singing, but dancing as well. Performers such as Monsters Calling Home, Jayne Rio, Peter Chung, Soulfull, Team Loopkicks, CryWolffs! Violin, Dustin Ako and Outer Sunset show fans a bit of what they have prepared for the event.
Their beautiful harmonies are brought out by the visually elegant settings they filmed in. With many shots of the elegant sky scrapers and lush parks, this video has generated much excitement from fans.
After this upbeat, cheery remix, a live and jazzier version is played by Outer Sunset. They groove for a bit on their respective instruments before ending the song and giving the camera a big smile.
Don't miss their special showcase on September 8th! Tickets are on sale now for $20 for general admission and $40 for an exclusive meet and greet as well as admission.
Check out their video below:
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