New York, January 10, 2014 - The Wild Honey Pie is proud to announce the first season of their interactive original video series, On The Mountain. The series will be filmed over the course of 4 days, January 27-30, at Stratton Mountain in Vermont where bands MisterWives, Snowmine, Small Black, Alex Winston, White Sea and How Sad will each record alternate versions of their songs on and around the mountain – in the gondola, at the lodge, after dogsledding and snowmobiling, and more.
On The Mountain is open to the public, attendees will be randomly selected through a lottery of all those who enter. Selected guests (10) get to be a part of the action and experience the musical mountain adventure in person, including free food, free drinks, transportation to and from New York City, a three-night stay at the lodge and free ski passes, plus plenty of one-on-one time with all the artists.
To enter for a chance to attend, you must sign up here - onthemountain.thewildhoneypie.com. Entries are open until January 19th.
Once released, On The Mountain will be a collection of over 20 videos, each a different song performed by the bands in attendance. To navigate viewers through the series, videos will be interconnected using YouTube annotations and a map of the mountain. There will be hidden content throughout the videos which viewers will be able to discover as they watch.
Last October, The Wild Honey Pie released season 1 of their interactive series Welcome Campers, a collaboration with Consequence of Sound – which included recording sessions with Caveman, Yellow Ostrich, Widowspeak, and more. You can view the original video series HERE.
This unique On The Mountain experience is sponsored by Mailchimp, Laräbar, Grain Audio, Swiss Army, Nooka, and more.