Christian music video premieres at Apple Music’s premiere in London
The latest in Apple Music and Apple’s growing lineup of music-related apps is a new video featuring an iconic band from the 1970s that plays the song “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” in its entirety.
According to the official Apple Music page, the video is part of the “Elysium” series of video-based music videos.
That series features the likes of Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Jay Z, Kanye West, Chance the Rapper and more.
In this video, Christian rapper Elyse Hamilton plays the classic song in full.
The video’s director is Christian rapper Christian Hamilton, who has been featured in numerous videos for Christian, including the recent “Loving Jesus” series, which included an animated version of the song.
The title of the video indicates that it’s a musical parody, which is not the case, as it’s not a parody.
Instead, it’s part of a new series of music videos called “Elyse Hamiltons.”
It was made by Christian and his wife, Jennifer, who both wrote the music for the video.
The new series follows the band in the 1970’s, and it’s an homage to the group’s classic debut album “Echoes of Eternity.”
The album was released in 1979 and was released on vinyl and cassette.
The album’s lyrics are written in verse, with the lyrics being played in a traditional piano arrangement.
“Echoes” was the band’s first album to feature producer/singer Alan Yurkovich on the album.
Yurkiewicz also composed the music on the “Lovers in a Million Years” single.
Hamilton’s “Election Day” is a tune he has performed at the 2015 Grammy Awards and has a song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.