Rising star makes video at former college

PUBLISHED: 13:00 04 May 2012

Ryan Inglis and Corry Raymond shooting the video for Feel Any Feeling.

Ryan Inglis and Corry Raymond shooting the video for Feel Any Feeling.

Weston College

RISING singing star Ryan Inglis has released his second single and is celebrating the completion of its video which was created at his former college.

Ryan worked with student film editor Corry Raymond, aged 18, at Weston College for a cutting edge video for his latest release, Feel Any Feeling.

Ryan, aged 30, of Weston, recorded the song at the world famous Abbey Road studios in London, where The Beatles recorded many of their albums, which was paid for by fans and investors via www.Slicethepie.com

Corry, of Shrubbery Terrace, Weston said: “It’s taken two months to put together using the studios at the college.

“The song deals with the idea of living without emotions and I wanted to create a special effect video that was exciting enough to make people watch again.”

Feel Any Feeling is the follow up to last year’s release Secret which reached number one in the Amazon rock charts, knocking the Foo Fighters, Coldplay and Kings Of Leon off the top spots.

Feel Any Feeling by Ryan Inglis is due for release mid-June but a preview can be downloaded at www.ryaninglis.com or www.facebook.com/ feelanyfeeling


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