Triune Gods release their first official music video on August 2 in support of their debut album, "Seven Days Six Nights," recently released in Japan on Granma Music. The video of "Same Train”, directed by documentary and music video film maker Naoto Amazutsumi, puts into heartfelt images what this intercontinental rap group had only dreamed of.
It is hard to sum up Triune Gods in a sentence. Their name, by definition, only begins to shed some light: "Trinity is derived from the Latin Trinitas, meaning the number three are one,” says Bleubird, one of the members. They are a cross-border collaboration group comprised of Sibitt (JAPAN), Bleubird (USA) and Scott Da Ros (CANADA).
Their individual strengths come together to create beautiful music and Naoto has brought their music to life in this video. The visually striking scenery shot throughout Tokyo, Japan in the "Same Train” video, mixed with the impressive lyrics and sound, will touch your heart.
Since Triune Gods released their debut album "Seven Days Six Nights" on Jan 19, 2011 from Japan based Granma Music Entertainment, the album has hit not only the Japanese music scene, but has reached all over the world. This video is their next step and will add another side to this already expressive trio.