With sunset hues of orange and pink, Orange band Evergreen traveled up to the top of Mount Canobolas to film a music video for their single Itch In My Throat.
Lyricist and guitarist Liam Fitzgerald said the band took all of their gear up to film the video.
"We waited for the right moment to start filming the video and the backdrop of the sunset was just perfect," he said.
"We could have picked any other location but there is plenty to see and do in Orange and Mount Canobolas was the best spot.
"Since we uploaded the video on our Facebook page, we have had 50 organic shares and 9,000 views, we're really blown away by the support."
According to Mr Fitzgerald, the song title doesn't reflect the coronavirus period, rather it's about rising anger and people being dismissive.
"People can interpret the song as they want but it's not about the virus," he said.
"It has quite a bit of angst focusing on how people exclude you out of situations and bully you which is something most people can relate to."
Mr Fitzgerald also added the song was self produced by the band due to the pandemic and limited budget.
"It's been a really tough time for us because we want to be able to build our name by playing live gigs," he said.
"We have lost quite a few opportunities to go on tours.
"But we have been fortunate to have the support of Craig Honeysett from Dotted Eight Studio who gave us advice on how to produce the song."
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