Zulu Pearls came from Washington DC, but in 2009, singer Zach Van Hooker moved to Berlin. A few of the founding members remained in the US, and Zach looked for new musicians in Germany. Since then, the band lives between two continents, and according to Zach, this has affected not only their music, but this video for "No Heroes No Honeymoons."
The images show his home in DC, his new home in Berlin, and a trip to Paris. You can see a bunch of Zach's friends, his girlfriend, his family, and band members old and new. It's a touching look into his life.
You can stream and download the track below, and be sure to pick up Zulu Pearls' new record - it's out on Cantora Records this September.
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