Studio 138 house band, Indistinct Chatter, has made global headlines following the success of its very first music video Rising Sun.
Rising Sun made an official selection at a number of worldwide film festivals, with one actor from the video winning an award for her performance.
"All this from a casual jamming session 12 months ago. It's pretty surreal," vocalist and guitarist Michael Davis said.
"We were never meant to be a band, now here we are with a music video that's being watched around the world.
"These might not be the big, major film festivals but it's nice to know what we've done is getting noticed in some way."
Indistinct Chatter is made up of Mr Davis, Daniel Rutter, Jackson Peacock and Kirk Watts, with Wez Thompson of Hot Trax Recording Studio playing the guitar solo on the track.
The story for the video clip was written by Studio 138's Erifili Davis and was directed, filmed, and edited by band member, Daniel Rutter, who is also a filmmaker.
"The end result is so much better than I imagined," Mrs Davis said of the collaboration with Daniel Rutter.
The music video was shot in Dubbo, with The Establishment being one of the locations.
The highlight has been a Best Actress award at the International Music Video Awards for performer Milla Ross, who co-starred with Jordan Davis as one half of a young couple whose lives fall apart because of gambling and bad company.
"Usually, when you have dialogue, you need to make sure you're not only acting with your face and your actions but with your words as well," Miss Ross said.
Rising Sun is available to stream on YouTube on the Studio 138 channel.
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