Awesome Music Video Lets You Control How Drunk the Band Gets

It's sort of like a "Choose Your Own Adventure" book, but instead of a book, it's a music video, and instead of choosing an adventure, you chose how drunk the musicians get. Will the five musicians each drink four beers, eight beers, 12 beers, or 16 beers? Well, you control their destiny! Click the buttons on the top of the screen to increase and decrease the liquid courage of UK-based band Moones as they sing, "Better Energy" and make sure to check out the beers as they line up in the back of the video. Check out the behind the scenes video to see how this was made. Protip: You can also control the angle you see the performance from by clicking the arrows on the left side of the screen.

"Better Energy" by Moones
Concept By: Ollie Kristian & Ben Falk
Creative Technology By: Alberto Giorgi
Director: Ben Falk, Asylum Films
Produced by Asylum Films
www.asylumfilms.co.uk

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