Behind The Scenes Interviews: Ringgo 5 - Valeria (Music Video)


Hailing from Jakarta, Indonesia, pop-punkers Ringgo 5 are soon to be gracing the stage in the UK and The Netherlands. Concentrating on the South Coast of England, the quintet will play the following dates: May 18 – Brighton, World’s End; May 20 – London, 100 Club (Event Here) and May 22 – Southampton, Joiners Arms (Event Here), before heading to the Netherlands to play in The Hague on May 25 th at Tong Tong Podium and De Rotonde. To give us a taste of
what to expect, the band recently unveiled their video for single ‘Valeria’ here. The track is taken from the band’s debut album ‘Emotion’, available on Spotify here. The pop- rockers are now here to give us a behind the scenes insight into the video…

1. Hi Ringgo 5 – So to kick off, why you pick ‘Valeria’ as your single ahead of your UK tour?

We picked Valeria as our next single because of the catchy tunes and easy listening for the audience. We even tell ourselves when we recorded Valeria, that it has to be one of our singles in our “Emotion” album. We also did quite
research to our friends and families about our next single. They chose Valeria.

2. What the video is about and how did the concept came about?

The music video of Valeria is basically about a guy who adore this girl, Valeria and has been stalking her through his CCTV because he is too shy and introvert to confess his feelings to her. Little did he know, Valeria does the same. She also adores this guy, and has been stalking him through her CCTV. Both of them are basically too afraid to confess their feelings, which is ambiguous. The concept of the video came out from Ryan, our lovely friend who got the idea from the lyric of Valeria, “on this Blue Screen I can feel you”, the five of us and our director, Fariz Adnan.

3. Where did you shoot it?

We shot everything - every scene - at our guitarist Rishad Marciano’s apartment.

4. Who was your director?

Fariz Adnan and crew, with a little bit help from Ringgo 5.

5. Can you tell us about anything interesting or unusual that happened?

Nothing really unusual happened - but it was a very tiring day for Nabil and Robert, as they went to a music festival to see Oh Wonder and Blackbear just hours before the shooting of the music video – and the shooting for it finished pretty late, around 2AM!

6. Finally, what are your thoughts on the outcome?

The video came out just as expected - shout out to our director Fariz Adnan and crew, our producer Adis Putra, our lovely friend Ryan, and last but not least our parents, who have been supporting and trusting us since… ages. Massive love.

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