The Kempen rock group Shorty Jetson and the Lefthands has started crowdfunding for a new clip.

The Kempen rock group Shorty Jetson and the Lefthands has started crowdfunding for a new clip. © RR

Lille, Beerse, Kasterlee, Oud-Turnhout

The Kempen rock group Shorty Jetson and the Lefthands with group members from Lille, Beerse, Kasterlee and Oud-Turnhout has started crowdfunding for the new video clip Dynamite. The group hopes to be able to collect 4,400 euros in this way and also wants to give something back to all donors.

Bart Van den Langenbergh

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Dynamite is the title of the new single by the rock group Shorty Jetson and the Lefthands. The band consists of singer-guitarist Robin Van den Plas from Lille, singer Charlotte Verdick from Beerse, drummer Tuur Vloemans from Lille, bassist Jens Lenaerts from Kasterlee and guitarist Jarne Vreys from Oud-Turnhout. The latter is also known as a guitarist with The obsCURE, a tribute band of The Cure. Shorty Jetson and The Lefthands play a mix of rock, country and blues, with a big nod to the seventies and the work of Tom Petty.

The Kempen band has already released several singles and video clips in recent months. The previous clips paid for the group members themselves, but that pot is now empty. The musicians want to make another clip for their new single Dynamite. But to raise the budget for that clip, they’re launching a crowdfunding campaign.

“We need a total of 4,400 euros. That money is mainly intended for cameras, the director, light and sound, costumes, catering, decor and editing”, Charlotte Verdick outlines. In exchange for the financial contribution, the group wants to give something back to the generous donors. There are not only personal thank yous, tote bags, t-shirts and tickets to a performance. Sponsors who donate 500 euros or more will receive a living room concert by Shorty Jetson and the Lefthands.

cinecrowd.com/nl/dynamite-shorty-jetson-and-the-lefthands

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