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SIXforNINE new music video ‘Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining’

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SIXforNINE new music video ‘Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining’

SIXforNINE stay positive with uplifting new ‘Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining’ music video

SiXforNinE are back with a new overwhelmingly positive music video for the song “Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining”. The video was directed by John Nikolopoulos at the Mesologgi Salt Mines in Greece just before the Covid-19 Pandemic began to change life as we knew it. The song is taken from their second full-length album Parallel Universe which was released on August 2, 2019. Watch the video right now:

“When we filmed the video for this song in December of 2019, we had no idea where the state of things in the world would be four months later but we feel it’s a perfect time for this video” states vocalist Fotis Benardo. “Right now, the world is full of death, sorrow, and uncertainty about the future. It is easy for people to feel helpless and lose hope, but we need to fight that despair and know we will overcome this. We will survive, and this experience will make us stronger!”

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Adopted the role of the zine Finnish emissary, and since my addition to the roster, I have been juggling the tasks of Editor-in-chief, Promoter and Manager of the zine social media pages. As part of the permanent staff of the zine, album reviews, video and written interviews, covering live shows (text, video and photography) have been also a strong contribution to the zine work. Besides the zine "hobbies" I am also a origami, music and travel enthusiastic. Academic background: Biology degree from the University of Coimbra (Portugal); Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Center of Neurosciences & Faculty of Science and Technology (Portugal); PhD degree from the Medical Faculty, University of Helsinki (Finland).

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