Finally, the music video for Rainbow Rocks is here! The long-awaited video features the Mane 6 as they take on their rivals, the sirens.
After much anticipation, the latest music video from the Rainbow Rocks movie is finally here! The video, which features the all-new song “Better Than Ever,” showcases the magical talents of Twilight Sparkle and her friends as they work together to put on a spectacular show. As always, the Ponyville crew proves that when it comes to friendship, they’re better than ever!
The Music Video
Finally, the music video for Rainbow Rocks is here! The long-awaited video features the Mane 6 fighting against each other in a epic Battle of the Bands. Who will come out on top? You’ll have to watch to find out!
The highly anticipated music video for Rainbow Rocks is finally here! The sequel to the hit movie My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, Rainbow Rocks features an all-new cast of characters and an original story.
The movie follows the Mane 6 as they prepare for their Canterlot High School Musical Showcase. When a new band called The Dazzlings arrives at CHS, they use their magical powers to turn the students against each other. It’s up to Twilight Sparkle and her friends to use the power of friendship to restore harmony to Canterlot High.
The movie’s soundtrack features 14 new songs, including 5 performed by The Dazzlings. We’ve gathered all of the songs from the movie into one place so you can listen to them all in one go!
1. “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks Theme Song” performed by Daniel Ingram
2. “Better Than Ever” performed by Rebecca Shoichet and Kazumi Evans
3. “Under Our Spell” performed by The Dazzlings
4. “Tricks Up My sleeve” performed by Andrea Libman and Tabitha St Germain
5. “Battle of the Bands” performed by Rebecca Shoichet, Kazumi Evans and Vicki Lewis
6. “ Friendship Through the Ages” performed by Peter New, Shannon Chan-Kent, Kazumi Evans and Rebecca Shoichet
7. “The Wonderbolts Academy Anthem” performed by Shannon Chan-Kent and Rebecca Shoichet
8. “Make Some Noise (Remix)” performed by Daniel Ingram, Madeleine Peters and Ashleigh Ball
9. “Shake Your Tail (Feather Remix)” performed by Ashleigh Ball, Andrea Libman and Shannon Chan-Kent
10.”Welcome To The Show” performed by Rebecca Shoichet, Kazumi Evans and Peter New
The Cast of Characters:
The movie centers around the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Apple Jack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Fluttershy – as they return to Canterlot High to compete in a musical competition against their former bandmate Sunset Shimmer and her new band The Shadowbolts. The film also features guest appearances from the mini-horse Trixie, DJ Pon-3, Vinyl Scratch, Octavia Melody, Cheese Sandwich, Snails, and Spike the Dragon.
Since the release of the first film back in 2013, fans have been clamoring for a sequel to Rainbow Rocks. The wait is finally over, as the long-awaited music video for the title track was released today. Loyal viewers will notice that the animation style has changed quite drastically from the original film. Whereas the first movie was heavily influenced by Japanese anime, this new video appears to take its cues from American comic books.
The most noticeable difference is in the character designs. The characters are still recognizable, but they are now drawn with angular lines and sharp edges, giving them a more edgy look. The colors are also brighter and more saturated than before, giving the video a very vibrant feel.
The music itself is also quite different from anything we’ve heard from the franchise before. Gone are the upbeat pop tunes that dominated the first movie. In their place are harder-hitting rock tracks that are sure to get your blood pumping. Overall, it’s a very different kind of movie than what we’re used to, but it looks like it could be a lot of fun.
The video for “Rainbow Rocks” was shot in a variety of locations around Los Angeles, including:
-The Hollywood Hills
-Downtown Los Angeles
The costumes for the movie and video were designed by Thane Lewis, who also worked on the previous two movies. The designs for the movie focused on creating a more “gothic” look for the sirens, and a more “punk rock” look for the Rainbooms.
For the video, Lewis wanted to create a “vibrant and colorful” look that would be eye-catching and would fit with the song’s uptempo energy. The end result is a mix of gothic and punk styles that gives the video a unique look.
The sets for the music video were very colorful and vibrant, just like the movie itself. The location changed often, which kept the video interesting. One of the most memorable scenes was when the band was playing in front of a giant rainbow. It was a very pretty and cheerful scene that matched the tone of the song perfectly.
The highly-anticipated music video for My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks is finally here! The three-minute video features the Singing Telegram, a new band formed by the Equestria Girls to compete against the Dazzlings in the Canterlot High “Battle of the Bands” competition.
The video was filmed in California at a real school, with over a hundred extras used for the crowd shots. In addition to the original cast, several new actors were brought in to play the roles of the Singing Telegram and the Dazzlings. The production team used special effects to make the ponies look like they were playing their instruments, and the result is an amazing music video that’s sure to get you pumped for Rainbow Rocks!
The much-anticipated music video for the song “Rainbow Rocks” from the upcoming movie My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks is finally here! The video features the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, Rarity, and Fluttershy – rocking out on stage in front of a cheering crowd.
We get a closeup look at the fashion and outfits that the ponies will be wearing in the movie, which hits theaters on October 1. Plus, there are some fun cameos from fan-favorite characters like DJ Pon-3 and Octavia Melody.
Check out the video below and start getting excited for Rainbow Rocks!