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A Deep Music Video – By Moshe Hecht [Believers]

by Jewish Music Reporter June 28, 2012

Singer-songwriter Moshe Hecht just released his first music video, featuring the hit song “Believers” from his debut album “Heart is Alive.”

The video, directed by New York/Miami based filmmaker Ferrel Goldsmith of Yeoville Productions, features a young woman who is trying to return a lost item and ends up finding herself. “This video is all about the idea that faith is an inheritance passed down from generation to generation,” says Hecht. The video features the heartbeat of Moshe’s firstborn son while he was still in the womb, and is, in his words, “A reminder of our pure source.”

Moshe says he chose “Believers” for his first music video because, “It’s the one song that truly defines what I hope to convey through all of my music.”

Moshe is currently in his early stages of working on his follow-up album and, as always is on the lookout for some great inspiration.

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