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Auckland Band Mile High Release New Video

Auckland Band Mile High Release New Video

After spending a cold and windy night at Riverhead forest chasing a stranger while dressed in stockings, Mile High are back with their latest offering, “The Past”. Despite possible hypothermia. The result - an exceptionally well shot video from up-and-coming director Corey Fleming captures the true spirit of the song. It is a wonderful piece of cinematography

Driving rock, full of enthusiasm, energy and harmony make up the Mile High sound. Their debut single, 'Now', gained extended TV and radio play, as well as being synched to US giant, Nascar. Since then, the band has played numerous shows and festivals including 2010 Big Day Out, Whangamata Summer Festival, Summerdaze New Years Eve in Wanaka and the Grey Lynn Park Festival. 'The Past', with its hypnotising rhythm and anthemic melody, showcases the bands serious side and will soon be gracing TVs and radios country-wide.

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