Check out this pretty cool video that will actually be a series of forthcoming video tracks from the band Sleepy Rebels – who are a project that stem from the indie label Powerful Company. Their single “Magic Girl” is a catchy little ditty. For those of you who are old enough to remember Boy George’s 80’s hit Karma Chameleon” with his band Culture Club, Sleepy Rebel’s video below for “Magic Girl” kinda’ reminds us of that.

Sleepy Rebels

Yellow Tree

(Powerful Company; May 10)

Magic Girl Video Premiere On PopMatters Today!

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Powerful Company formed by Jeremy Adelman and Samanta Balassa will be releasing some breath-taking projects in 2011. The pair are a true mom & pop musical powerhouse who found great success handling original music production and composition for advertising including national campaigns for VW, Hulu, Jaguar, and JCPenney. In the first months of 2011, they will unveil the first few projects created by this team of talent; they include three films that serve as music videos for Sleepy Rebels. Both surreal in nature, they are intended to establish the band with aesthetic & clever visual imagery & technique.  The first video for the band’s song “Magic Girl” reveals the band as eccentric street performers in a remote town in an unknown history & geography.  Check out the “Magic Girl” video where it premiered on PopMatters or HERE!

Powerful Company has quickly transformed from a 2 person team into a modern art factory attracting advertising’s (and other industry’s) greatest talent of freethinking writers, producers, musicians, directors, editors & designers who all share the same need to create content with artistic statements. Their desires to make music outside the confines of the corporate creative process lead them to establish Powerful Company whose establishing project is the development and marketing of Sleepy Rebels. The New York based trio,collaboration comprised of Jeremy Adelman and siblings Bruce and Erica Driscoll, have designs to re-establish the coolness of positive sentiments and ideals. Yellow Tree is the manifesto that soundtracks their rebellion!

The final project to be unveiled in the coming months will be a step away from typical band promotional material and will involve a collaboration with the high art world.