Nectar releases music video featuring local businesses – Daily Illini

Nectar releases music video featuring local businesses – The Daily IlliniKamila Glowacki stars in Nectar’s new music video for the band’s latest song “Routine.” Glowacki said the music video is a tribute to Champaign-Urbana. (Photo Courtesy of Veronica Mullen)

Though the full band is featured in a few shots, Glowacki – the primary songwriter – is the main focus. 

She said it was more efficient for only her to move among locations and be filmed rather than moving the entire band and its equipment from business to business. Also, by featuring only one band member, the video gave an almost intimate look into a person’s experience with routine. 

Some of the places featured in the video fall into the theme of routine, Glowacki said, while others are more directly connected to Champaign-Urbana. She said the featured places make day-to-day life more enjoyable and comforting. 

“All of these help to kind of ignite joy in some way and help you enjoy life, which I feel like all is under the theme of this song to find joy in the everyday routines,” she said.

One of the coolest places Glowacki filmed in was Plant Mode in Champaign, she said, because of the shop’s beautiful greenery. 

She credited Veronica Mullen – a local videographer and photographer who is active …….


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