So it's now December 2021 and I've managed to come out of the pandemic with three new skills - Logic (an audio recording and editing program), Final Cut Pro (a video editing program) and decent sourdough bread.
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Our 3rd COVID music video. For many of us, it’s been a year of angsty avoidance of the virus, but more time at home with our pets has seen us through. In tribute to COVID and our cat Moo, Women at Work (aka Lisa and Kinjia) present our video “Who Can It Be Meow?” (based on Men at Work’s 1981 hit “Who Can It Be Now?”). With special cameos from Scheila Gonzalez and Colin Hay of 'Men At Work'!
Make sure you watch through the credits on this one.
Released May 2021
Is there life post SARS-CoV-2? Our homage to Bowie’s Life on Mars?, which he said in 1971 is a song about “a sensitive young girl's reaction to the media.” This is our 2nd Covid music video that was months in the making. I'm calling it our $1M video. That’s how much it would cost if I paid myself $1 per hour. Share it around and subscribe to help it go viral please! This type of virality is epidemiologist approved.
Released October 2020
This is what happens when a jazz musician and an
epidemiologist work from home.. This video is based on The Police's 1978 hit, 'So Lonely'. There were so many Police songs that we were considering for this project which seemed ripe for Covid parodies - Every Breath You Take, Don't Stand So Close to Me, but we decided to focus on Zooming and dancing by yourself with 'So Lonely'.
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Released May 2020