Over the last few years, we have worked with the band Real Estate to develop them into a better-known commodity. We’ve helped them with everything from videos, interactive experiences, stage design, press photos, and even product collaborations with other brands.
By giving them a stage
when no one else could
The COVID-19 virus prevented the band from supporting their new album on the road. So we made the world's first "live" AR concert experience called the Quarantour (add comma here) so fans could watch the band play live wherever, and whenever they wanted. It was called “the future of remote concerts” by Rolling Stone and (was) heardled (what is this word?) by many as the gold standard for music experiences during quarantine.
Making videos that are actually interactive coloring books
dynamic stage shows
For an international tour for their new album, The Main Thing, we helped design a multi-screen stage display, featuring images placed to music in real-time as they played their set. This created a dynamic visual display that changed with every performance. For their international tour for a new album called The Main Thing, we helped design a multi-screen stage display that featured images placed to music in real-time as they played songs in their set. Creating a dynamic visual display that changed with every performance.
that actually make sense
We even made a fictitious pizza restaurant
For the first single, Paper Cup, off their new album The Main Thing, we created an entire narrative about a fake pizza chain called Chipper's Party Fun Time Depot. Leading up to launch we released "lost" commercials from the 90's, complete with website and merch, for the defunct restaurant.
Then we told the sad story of the chain's mascot, Chipper, chronicling his demise. It's depressing, but the fans LOVED it.