Woody Pitney is a pop-folk singer-songwriter from Melbourne.
Get ready to blow the winter chills away thanks to Woody Pitney's new music video, the cracking feel-good romp 'Sometime, This Lifetime'.
Although it's a break-up song from the Melbourne pop-folk singer-songwriter, this is foot-stomping rootsy folk, barnyard rock at its finest, perfect for twirling around the dance floor (solo or not) with a grin from ear to ear.
"The song is essentially an upbeat break-up song," Woody admits, "with some heavy lyrics juxtaposed with a foot-stomping beat and a playful melody.
"I wanted to make a song that was catchy and would have people singing along to after just a few listens." Mission accomplished Woody.
scenestr is stoked to premiere the music video for 'Sometime, This Lifetime', which Woody filmed (with a little help from a friend and his drone) while in isolation living in Central Victoria.
"Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, I shot this music video in Central Victoria where I have been isolating for the past couple of months," Woody says.
"With limited resources available, I took the creative reins on the project and enlisted the help of my friend and accomplished drone videographer, Ben Mensink.
"The music video then has a twist, featuring live shots from my recent pre-corona shows thanks to Nicholas Hume and Jackson Ranchi. Everything was then stitched together end edited by Sean Kirkpatrick, who I also used on the music video for my song 'You Can Stay'."