Directed by Rob Willey. New Jell music video for Watch Yourself off their album Memory Starts to Fade. Shot in on tour in Toronto.
Jell is an original rock band from Victoria BC with a sound that focuses on guitar-driven modern rock with catchy vocal hooks and clever insightful lyrics. Jell draws on a variety of influences like bands from STP, Oasis, Neil Young to The Doors, Our Lady Peace, Cream and Metallica. They have developed a devoted following over the past three years from constant touring, and headlining shows in Victoria, Seattle, and Vancouver. Jell's single "Try" recently made it to the semi-finals of the UK Songwriting Compitition. Jell has been long listed for eight Grammy nominations at the 2008 Grammy Awards. The categories include Best Rock Song "Awake ( Lost Weekend)", Best Rock Album "Drown", Best New Artist, Album of the Year. Jell was nominated for Live Performance of the Year at the 2006 Island Music Awards. In August 2006 Jell won the Coors Light Battle of the Bands at Jungle Nightclub. In October they became the Band of the Month on the major radio station 91.3 the Zone, featuring the single Stuck which was added to the play list and soon moved up to heavy rotation. In the last two years Jell has toured across Canada twice, with shows in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary and opening for State of Shock in Winnipeg. They also toured down the west coast twice with shows in Seattle, L.A., Las Vegas, and playing with So-Cal punk pioneers D.I. in San Diego. Jell have just completed their new EP, Memory Starts to Fade, with talented producer Adam Sutherland. The EP features the catchy singles Pin Me Down and Watch Yourself, as well as the haunting Nothing Left to Say. Jell offers music fans a fresh new rock sound that fully entertains with original guitar riffs, poetic but to the point vocals, and an overall exciting dramatic feel.
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Looks like myspace videos have stopped working again, even on their own site. I contacted their support and reported the problem. I'll wait until I hear back from them. I'd hate to delete all those good videos so I'd rather wait a while longer. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
The reply from myspace is in Unfortunately, our tech team is only focusing on songs/videos uploaded within the last 3 years. There is no time frame of when media uploaded over 3 years ago will be fixed. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.