Tuesday, July 8, 2008

The Bella Cullen Project

I knew Twilight was an inspiring book, but so inspiring that a trio of fifteen-year-old girls created a band around it and its sequels? That's pretty awesome, if you ask me. They call themselves the Bella Cullen Project, writing songs like Sexy Vampire, It's Recreation Not Suicide, and Charlie's Answering Machine (that one cracked me up; it's so brilliantly specific) and preforming them with a guitar, a tambourine, and nice voices. On this Twilight Tuesday, Larry Carroll got an interview with the three musicians wherein they talked about how they preformed Sexy Vampire for Stephenie Meyer. They mentioned how great it would be to squeeze a song into the movie credits along with Robert Pattinson, the definition of sexy vampire. In this clip you also get to see their newest song, which didn't make it into the album, It's Reacreation Not Suicide, and an exclusive view of their music video for the song Out of the Blue. Good job girls, way to reach for the stars and share the love of sexy blood-sucking guys, cliff-diving, and...answering machines?

Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, Midnight Sun, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, vampire, Edward Cullen, Bella Swan, Twilight Movie, Stephenie Meyer, Edward's point of view

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