2000s Indie Song: Green-lit medium-sized interrogation room with man tied to chair trying to and escape and with two agents with sunglasses standing behind him, moving their heads along to the music.
Hi everybody. I trust you are having a nice day.
What I can remember is a man (I think the lead singer) was tied to a chair or wasn't (I can't really remember) with angry facial expressions and the two agents (they could've been security guards. I can't remember) were sort of moving their heads along to the music.
An important thing about the music video is the room itself, was green lit and the lights in the room flashed from time to time, and there were small flashbacks to the band playing the song. The members of the band looked quite young at the time, late 20s to early 30s.
It's an Indie/Alternative mid-tempo song. It's also not too heavy, so definitely not Guster. It came out between 2004-2007. I remember waking up one morning before school, and the brilliant song came on the Kerrang channel and I've been trying to look for it for since, with no luck along the way, as of yet.
Some of the lyrics I remember, were something about "satellites" and near the end of the song there's a lot of "yeah" "yeah" "yeah". I don't think the song was called satellites but it had a word before it in the title. Maybe the band had satellite in it's name, I'm not 100%. I definitely remember seeing the word satellite. Not Sleeping Satellite because that was by Tamsin Archer and it's definitely none of these songs I went through on WikiPedia, under Satellite (disambiguation):
"Satellite" (Dave Matthews Band song), 1994
"Satellite" (The Beloved song), 1996
"Satellite" (P.O.D. song), 2001
"Satellite" (Guster song), 2006
"Satellite" (Axle Whitehead song), 2008
"Satellite" (Jennifer Braun song), 2010
"Satellite" (Lena Meyer-Landrut song), 2010
"Satellite" (Rise Against song), 2011
"Satellite" (The Kills song), 2011
"Satellite" (Starset song), 2017
"Satellite", on John Coltrane's 1964 album Coltrane's Sound
"Satellite", by the Sex Pistols
"Satellite", on Def Leppard's 1980 album On Through the Night
"Satellite", on Depeche Mode's 1982 album A Broken Frame
"Satellite", on Elton John's 1985 album Ice on Fire
"Satellite", on The Hooters's 1987 album ''One Way Home
"Satellite", on the B-side of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark's 1988 single "Dreaming"
"Satellite", on Elvis Costello's 1989 album Spike
"Satellite", on Yo La Tengo's 1992 album May I Sing with Me
"Satellite", on Icehouse's 1993 album Big Wheel
"Satellite", on Elliott Smith's 1995 album Elliott Smith
"Satellite", on Catherine Wheel's 1997 album Adam and Eve
"Satellite", on BT's 1999 album Movement in Still Life
"Satellite", on Aimee Mann's 2000 album Bachelor No. 2 or, the Last Remains of the Dodo
"Satellite", on Natalie Imbruglia's 2001 album White Lilies Island
"Satellite", on TV on the Radio's 2003 EP Young Liars
"Satellite", a stand-alone single release from 2004 by trance project OceanLab
"Satellite", on Anna Nalick's 2005 album Wreck of the Day
"Satellite", on Nine Inch Nails' 2013 album Hesitation Marks
"Satellite", on Little Boots' 2013 album Nocturnes
"Satellite", on All Time Low's 2015 album Future Hearts
"Satellites" (song), on September's 2005 album In Orbit
"Satellites", a 2005 song by Cherry Monroe
"Satellites", on Beyoncé's 2008 album I Am... Sasha Fierce
"Satellites", on James Blunt's 2013 album Moon Landing
"Satellites", a 2015 Mew song from the album +-
"Satelllliiiiiiiteee", on Flying Lotus' 2010 album Cosmogramma
"Satellite," on Nickelback's 2014 album No Fixed Address
"Satellites," on The Cinema's 2011 album My Blood Is Full of Airplanes
I went through absolutely all of them and none of them were the song I was looking for. As I mentioned previously, it could be that the band has 'satellite' in their name, but I'm not looking for the band (and it's definitely not the band Satellites from Poland or the one from the US).
I'm looking for the song and I have had no success in finding it since it was shown on the Kerrang channel, around early July 2007. If anyone could help me find it, I would be so grateful. The song is important to me and whenever I think of it in my head, it gives me nostalgia. Thank you very much :-).