Cam Bells drops official ‘Timing’ video

A couple of months ago we heard “Timing,” the newest release from Providence’s Cam Bells and now we have a video to add to it. 

This past Sunday, he held a private viewing at Trade Pop Up and officially premiered the Alex Sandoval shot-and-edited video. The visuals give us a different perspective from the biannual day party hosted by Stay Silent, Daytrill. Often a sellout crowd, Daytrill serves as one of those events you look forward to and don’t at the same time—depending on which one you attend. On one hand, you have the first Daytrill of the year. It serves almost as a summer kickoff event and, on the other hand, you have the second Daytrill. This one lets you know summer is winding down.

From the recording booth to the screens, this isn’t the traditional music video where you should expect Cam front and center—this is all about Cam’s city. If you know Cam, you know that he takes pride in his city. To get a feel for what I mean, take a look at his last couple of releases. On his release art, he has featured the Providence skyline, the Providence Performing Arts Center, the word Providence (and part of the skyline), and has even created his own short film called “Providence: City of Lost Dreams.” I won’t get started on his merch.

In the timing video, you see a gang of familiar faces all having a great time at one of the most anticipated Providence events.

Check it out up top.

Hensley Carrasco
Hensley graduated from the University of Rhode Island where he was the editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, the Good 5 Cent Cigar. He founded the site with hopes to add to the ever-growing digital music newsroom. Hensley generally writes about Hip-Hop, but other genres are not out of his writing spectrum. On the side, Hensley is a photographer, specializing in concert photography.

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