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PREMIERE: Vesper Heights explores Doylestown’s Fonthill Castle in the music video for “Trapdoors”

Vesper Heights | photo courtesy of facebook.com/vesperheights
Vesper Heights | photo courtesy of facebook.com/vesperheights

It’s likely you’ll get chills watching this video.  Vesper Heights, the stage name for Ryan Repash, a local musician from Bucks County, premieres his new music video for the song “Trapdoors.”  Produced by Davis Jameson Howley of Commonwealth Choir (via his film production company Secret Assemblies) and directed by James Powers of Powers Film, is set in Fonthill Castle, an old castle in Doylestown built in the early 1900s.  The beauty of the castle’s interior is matched by Vesper Heights’ chillingly epic ballad which incorporates xylophones, strings, and of course, Repash’s wonderful singing voice.  Have yourself some goosebumps and check out the video below, and don’t forget to go see them June 14th when they play a free show at M.O.M.’s in Doylestown, Pa.  Information for this performance can be found here.