Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling just issued the Questions Are A Burden To Others EP, and like all the duo’s work, these six songs were inspired by ’60s U.K. cult TV show The Prisoner. For the track “Episode 1: Arrival,” drummer/vocalist Sophia Cacciola and bassist Michael J. Epstein made a video that’s practically a shot-for-shot recreation of The Prisoner’s opening sequence. Don’t believe us? Watch the clip below, or check out this split-screen video comparing the two. We are proud to premiere the clip for “Episode 1: Arrival” today on magnetmagazine.com.
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thank you so much! we’re so honored that you debuted this for us!
As a fan of The Prisoner, that opening is burned into my head. This was a great tribute.
Wow!! Loved it! Great job!!
Well done kids…..Love the song Sophia….and the video is spectacular!
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I’ve watched every episode of the Prisoner so many times. This is just awesome.
This is an amazing recreation of THE PRISONER opening. I am a huge fan of the show and this rocked!
I’m loving it!!! I’ve listened to this at least a half dozen times already!
The video is awesome too!!! =)
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Being a life time fan of ‘the Prisoner,’ I have watched many music videos based on ‘the Prisoner,’ and all I can say is this is the best to date. It’s awsome, and I liked the song as well.
Congratulations to Sophia, her band, and all concerned with the production of the video.