“The Voice’s” Britton Buchana has teamed with a mindblowing twenty-four horror icons for the new Halloween/horror-themed music video for “October’s Queen” which makes its debut now!
This “lip-sync” music video was filmed amongst twenty-four horror icons and Buchanan all from the safety of their own homes in the COVID-19 pandemic. With an emphasis on expressing the sense of community the horror genre can still maintain even in a global health crisis, the video, directed by Buchanan himself, stars Dee Wallace, Barbara Crampton, Kane Hodder, Danielle Harris, Mick Garris, Joe Bob Briggs, and Darcy the Mail Girl, Lloyd Kaufman, Michael Berryman, Linnea Quigley, Scout Taylor-Compton, Felissa Rose, Lisa Wilcox, Tuesday Knight, Toy Newkirk, Kelli Maroney, David Naughton, Gabrielle Stone, Belinda Balaski, Thom Mathews, Lori Cardille, R.A. Mihailoff, Katherine Kamhi, and Del Howison.
“October’s Queen” is the second single from Buchanan’s forthcoming debut album and Buchanan’s debut music video which has been released on all streaming platforms.
At the age of 18, Buchanan became the runner-up on season 14 of NBC’s Emmy award-winning television show “The Voice”. In addition to placing second, Buchanan has received the first-ever “block” given to the coaches and was the number #1 trending name on Twitter the night of his Instant Save with his name amassing over 500,000 retweets in less than five minutes. Buchanan’s first original single, Where You Come From, shot straight to #1 on the iTunes charts and maintained its position for 3 days.
Since then Buchanan has maintained a close personal and working relationship with his coach Alicia Keys, he has written with the likes of J.D. Souther and Kevin Griffin (Better Than Ezra), and has toured the United States playing places such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee with YouTubers Rhett and Link and performing halftime for the Charlotte Hornets and Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina.