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Damian Lewis Shoots Music Video for Upcoming Single Release

She Comes

by Gingersnap | | March 16, 2023

Photo by Emma Giacalone for Squire Studio

Damian reportedly shot his first music video for the track ‘She Comes,’ out March 24, 2023.  It is the first single off his highly anticipated debut album titled ‘Mission Creep’ scheduled for release on Decca Records later in June of this year. The music video was shot by Squire Studio and directed by none other than Nick Murphy, the same director for Damian’s recent MGM+ and ITVX mini-series A Spy Among Friends. Location of the music video shoot was Master Shipwright’s Palace in Deptford, London, off the banks of the River Thames. The venue is described as “a peculiar new theatre in Deptford’s secret palace” that is “10 minutes from London Bridge.” View more photos in our Gallery here.

Source: Squire Studio’s Instagram
Secondary Source: Shipwright

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Damian Lewis Music Available on Record Store Day 2023 Special Releases

Double-Sided Singles Release

by Gingersnap | | February 17, 2023

Stop the presses! Damian is participating in Record Store Day 2023 with a special release. The format will be a 7-inch record, what industry folks refer to as a 45, with an A and B side (flip-side) of music recordings “Zaragoza” and “Never Judge A Man By His Umbrella.” Do you know what artist has the most US double-sided singles with each side reaching Billboard Top 40? That’s right, Elvis Presley! This special release is not available for purchase online so visit your local store on Saturday, April 22, 2023 in the UK. View a lists of participating UK stores here. Stores may choose to sell releases online starting Sunday, April 23, but no guarantee. Damian’s album release is expected in June, 2023.

Record Store Day is an annual event inaugurated in 2007 and held on one Saturday (typically the third) every April and every Black Friday in November to celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store. The day brings together fans, artists and thousands of independent record stores around the world.

Primary Source: Record Store Day UK
Secondary Source: Billboard