Corby cop features in video for DJ's latest track
The music video has had more than 83,700 views on YouTube
A Corby police officer features in the video for the latest track by one of his favourite DJs.
PC Mark Walker can be seen in front of two police vehicles holding a sign in the video for Gareth Emery's acoustic track 'You'll Be Ok' featuring Annabel.
It comes after the British DJ asked fans to send in pictures of themselves to feature in his video and help spread some positivity.
Mark said: "Gareth Emery is one of the world's biggest DJs and trance music producers.
"In the interest of spreading positivity he asked for as many photos of the strapline 'We'll Be Ok' to include on his music video for his latest track.
"So I took one with police vehicles and it appears quite prominently at the beginning of the video, much to my surprise."
Mark was delighted to see his picture included in the video, which has had more than 83,700 views on YouTube, and hopes it will help spread some happiness at this time.
Gareth Emery has been one of dance music’s most exciting musicians, record producers, and DJs over the past decade.
He is best known for racking up millions of monthly listeners with his three artist albums of Northern Lights, Drive and 100 Reasons To Live.
These were all iTunes dance number one chart-toppers with the most recent hitting the top spot in more than 25 countries.
2020 sees a change of sound with the release of Emery's long-awaited fourth album, signalling a return to his band days.
Stepping away from the standard DJ route of collaborations and songwriters, Emery is proud of writing every song himself.
To see the video for 'We'll Be Ok' which includes Mark's picture, go to https://youtu.be/TaZVPE6k09w
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