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Lucid 3 Win Best Indie Video


Lucid 3 Win Best Indie Video

Lucid 3 picked up the award for Best Indie Video at last night’s 4th Annual Juice TV Awards for their video “A.M Radio”. Directed by Richard Bell, the track was the first single off the band’s new album “All Moments Leading To This”.
The award was decided by public vote, and the band are understandably thrilled to have won their first ever award.

Muse Entertainment and Lucid 3 would like thank Juice TV and all who voted, as well as Richard Bell and all at Shuriken, Mark Kneebone, Bernie Griffen and all at Global Routes Music.

To view the video online visit the band’s website http://www.lucid3.com

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