• Case Files Music Video

    The song “Monster” was originally written in 2015, by Rhianna Evans (Rhi Lentless) and towards the beginning of 2016; performed with her band Drowning Pegasus. The project was a joint collaboration between the director’s vision of the mood intended for the soundtrack, and the combined elements of the band. Although the song was written and performed a while ago, it has not been released to the public until now. Further more, introducing Spanish model/musician Marina Sardà to the act in the moving image.

    The song “Monster” was originally written in 2015, by Rhianna Evans (Rhi Lentless) and towards the beginning of 2016; performed with her band Drowning Pegasus. The project was a joint collaboration between the director’s vision of the mood intended for the soundtrack, and the combined elements of the band. Although the song was written and performed a while ago, it has not been released to the public until now. Further more, introducing Spanish model/musician Marina Sardà to the act in the moving image.

    The song “Monster” was originally written in 2015, by Rhianna Evans (Rhi Lentless) and towards the beginning of 2016; performed with her band Drowning Pegasus. The project was a joint collaboration between the director’s vision of the mood intended for the soundtrack, and the combined elements of the band. Although the song was written and performed a while ago, it has not been released to the public until now. Further more, introducing Spanish model/musician Marina Sardà to the act in the moving image.

    The song “Monster” was originally written in 2015, by Rhianna Evans (Rhi Lentless) and towards the beginning of 2016; performed with her band Drowning Pegasus. The project was a joint collaboration between the director’s vision of the mood intended for the soundtrack, and the combined elements of the band. Although the song was written and performed a while ago, it has not been released to the public until now. Further more, introducing Spanish model/musician Marina Sardà to the act in the moving image.

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