Good news for you fans of Linkin Park. Do not be surprised if you see your Facebook photos in their latest video. Linkin Park’s new music video titled “Lost in the Echo” shows a number of pictures of Facebook users into the storyline to personalize the stories of each viewer.
Mike Shinoda says the site Mashable, “I think we are at a turning point for the music video. The idea to create a movie-length 03:30 static or performance feels a bit boring.”
When rapper and musician multi-instrument Shinoda connected with his Facebook account, interactive video turns into a funny story that is unexpected. “I never put personal pictures in there, so most of the photos are dogs, landscape and other random silly things,” he said.
This video can be found on LostInTheEcho.com, which will require temporary access to your Facebook photos. Here is the teaser video that shows how the people in the video will react to your photos.
At the end of the music video for Linkin Park, the site will give you the option to share via Facebook or Twitter. Curious and can not wait to try it out? Please visit LostInTheEcho.com now to see your Facebook photos in a music video of Linkin Park.News