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Hawthorne Heights is working on a video for their song "Oceans," and they want their fans to be in it. The video is about missing a deployed loved one, so they're asking people for short videos of themselves. All you have to do to be part of it is hold up a photo of a deployed loved one and say something about them and how you miss them. If you're the one deployed, send a video of yourself holding up a picture of your family or loved one back home.
-All videos must be shot in HD (iPhone and Android video cameras work good enough for this)
-Videos must be shot horizontally (vertically shot videos will not be used)
-Videos must be shot against a solid and plain background
-Film yourself for 30 seconds - talk for 15 seconds about your loved one and say nothing for the remaining 15 seconds.
Email your video to: email@example.com.
*By submitting your video, you give the band permission to use your voice and image as part of the video and promotions for the song "Oceans" and the Hawthorne Heights album Hate.