Motionless in White Disrupted Justin Timberlake With 'Abigail' -- Video Premiere
Ceruli described the performances in the video as "intense," which may be a watered down way to describe the haunting imagery of bloody kisses from an aged priest and a young girl picking out the assailant that sexually assaulted her.
According to Ceruli, the blasting music needed to shoot the video actually intruded on the filming of 'Now,' a movie that was shooting in the alley just outside that stars pop darling Justin Timberlake. "They tried to get us to shut down, but ended up sending a [production assistant] upstairs with a walkie so we could shoot in between their shots," Ceruli recalled in laughter.
"Apparently they were doing a very expensive, very 'emotional' part of the movie and could hear our performance outside. It's funny to think that our music video was potentially halting production and ruining a major motion picture."
Motionless in White's debut full-length, 'Creatures,' is out now via Fearless.