A techni-colored, nocturnal adventure to the tune of Jordan Gallard's "Free Love".
Jordan Galland is a filmmaker, and a musician. He has won a number of awards on the film festival circuit. He has also contributed his music to raise money and awareness of various charitable causes.
Other Entrepreneurial endeavors of Galland's include his own Record label: Slush Puppy Music, as well as his own production company:Ravenous Films.
Galland lives and works in New York City.
At eighteen, Galland formed the rock band Dopo Yume, which played shows with Rufus Wainwright, Cibo Matto
Dopo Yume also played shows with musical group Phantom Planet, both contributed musical selections to the popular show The O.C..
California, and Dopo Yume's contribution The Secret Show (The Day After Tomorrow).
A later band, Domino, is signed to Mark Ronson's Allido Records label. Additionally, Galland has collaborated with his childhood friend, Sean Lennon, played electric piano on Mark Ronson's album Version and co-wrote tracks on Daniel Merriweather's 2010 Love & War, also released on Allido Records.
In 2006, Jordan Galland began working on a series of solo material with friends and former band-mates David Muller (formerly of the Fiery Furnaces) and Sam Oates for what would ultimately become his solo-debut, "Airbrush." In 2008, Galland and Muller continued to build on the solo-material and co-produced Jordan Galland's sophomore solo release, "Search Party." The album was recorded by the pair at a friend's house turned studio in Hampton Bays, New York and mixed by Ron Shaffer at Atlantic West Studios in Brooklyn.
Recently, Galland has been collaborating with the Neistat Brothers on a number of Short Film projects.
Galland collaborated with Mark Ronson, in a video homage to The Legend of Zelda. Galland provided the music for director Sara Ziffs award-winning film Picture Me. She had appeared in an earlier music video of Gallands' "The Princess Waits" In 2011, Galland released an EP via his record label Slush Puppy Music, titled To The Top. The music video for the EP's title track appeared on Glamour.com and AOL's music website, Spinner.com as the Music Video of the Day on May 31, 2011.
Galland did a cover version of birthday cake by Cibo Matto.