Alithies & Psemata - Singles

Singles

"Pote"

"Pote" was released a month prior on October 14, 2008, as the lead single. Remos appeared on the season premiere of MAD's music talk show OK! with Themis Georgantas, where he debuted the song and its music video. There was a multicast between MAD TV and Sfera radio station where hostess and lyricist Natalia Germanou simultaneously participated in the interview. The music video is directed by Alexandros Grammatopoulos.

"Ekato Fores Kommatia"

"Ekato Fores Kommatia" was the second single. The music video was directed by Giorgos Gavalos. The darkly lit setting showcased Remos recording in the studio sitting in front of a microphone and also positioned in various spots within the isolation booth.

"Eho Esena"

"Eho Esena" was the third single. The music video was directed by Kostas Kapetanidis and filmed at Athinon Arena music hall. Filming lasted for 22 hours and over 200 people were in attendance as part of the music hall's audience, including members of Remos's official fan club. Twenty foreign dancers were chosen for the choreography, and there were appearances from some notable foreign models. A poodle was also dyed pink especially for the clip. The video premiered on MAD's website, and made its television debut the same day on MAD's show OK! with Themis Georgantas.

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