Berlin based band Mt. Sims has just released a video for the song "Grave" off of the recently released third album album on Hungry Eye Records entitled "Happily Ever After". The song, says vocalist/ guitarist Matt Sims, "deals with human nature which, going along with animal nauture, has a tendency to fight against itself. Willingly we fight and defeat ourselves in an attempt to save ourselves." Produced by photographer and former East Village Radio program director Echo Danon and directed by Danon and Bart Grieb, and shot on location in the abandoned Spree Park in Berlin. Danon is a long time collaborator with Matt Sims, having previously shot photos for the band, done some production work for the previous Mount Sims album "White Light" and background vocals on the Mount Sims/ the Hacker track "Traces," and even worked with Matt on the band/ project So Does the Fire (http://www.myspace.com/sodoesthefire). Grieb is is an independent film director and visual artist, as well as the president of Cygnet Films. This is his first project with Mt. Sims.