TROIS-RIVIERES, QUEBEC, Canada, June 5 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Narconon has recently released the draft version of the ‘Losing Control’ video-clip with a goal of generating interest for drug education and prevention. The song, ‘Losing Control,’ recorded in the video clip, was created by Brainchild, a musical group that is gradually making its mark in the music world.
Based on a true story, the young man in the video is contemplating suicide due to a struggle with drugs and alcohol. On a table nearby, a Narconon brochure is spotted. The young man begins to think that there may be an alternative. He is at a serious crossroads: A simple phone call or death.
“Filming the piece was difficult,” Sylvain Fournier, Director of Community Relations for Narconon in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, said. “The topic evokes intense emotions.”
Fournier plays the role of the desperate man, and relays a memorable and convincing performance. The acting is further enhanced by the music of Brainchild.
The song, “Losing Control,” recorded in the video clip, was created by Brainchild, (www.brainchild.2ya.com), a musical group that is gradually making its mark in the music world.
“Judy Anne Richard, the group’s singer, is capable of making her audience shudder with emotion,” Fournier said. “She has a magnificent voice with great power. Emmanuelle David, also a member of the group and a talented pianist, grabs the audience’s immediate attention, and draws them into a musical world.”
Brainchild is from Montreal and they recorded their first album in September of 2000. Three albums have already been issued, and a fourth one is presently underway.
All melodies and song lyrics are original. Judy Anne writes the majority of the lyrics, but from time to time, Emmanuelle also participates; this is notably the case for the song, “Losing Control.”
Brainchild is quickly rising to the top and can now be seen on stage one week out of two at the Brown Bag Cafe in Montreal. They also participate in an array of other venues.
“We have visions of the song making the top 10,” Fournier said. “The more recognition the song receives, the more we can educate on issues such as alcohol and drug addiction.”
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News issued by: Narconon Trois-Rivieres
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Original Story ID: (1711) :: 2006-06-0605-007
Original Keywords: Brainchild, Narconon Trois-Rivieres, Canada, Emmanuelle David, piano, Sylvain Fournier, Quebec, Losing Control Narconon Trois-Rivieres
News Source: Narconon Trois-Rivieres