One of the most talented Austin songwriters and musicians, Shakey Graves, plays a badass tune in the bottom of a storm ditch on a crisp February afternoon in East Austin.
Surrounded by tunnels, trains and grassy knolls make for a stirring rendition of his song "Late July"
Check out more Shakey Graves here: shakeygraves.bandcamp.com/
Filmed on a Canon 60D, graded in Final Cut Pro, on location in a storm ditch on the east side of Austin Texas.
Tagged under: Shakey Graves,DSLR,Take Show,Austin,Texas,Acoustic
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