Little Red Riding Hood
 
Tom Darkwolf & Luna Seven

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Welcome to the Bonus Stuff of Little Red Riding Hood

First of all, thank you very much for your support!
The fans are the most important for us and that's why we present you some interesting "aspects" about Little Red Riding Hood aka Luna Seven and the Big Bad Wolf aka Tom Darkwolf.

Who is actually the good guy and who is the bad guy in the game? Is the Big Bad Wolf really that bad or does he have something good in mind for her after all?
Is the little Red Riding Hood really as innocent as we think? The Life itself writes the history. You can never say with certainty who means well or who builds his Castle on lies and deceit.
Little Red Riding Hood ends up hiding a knife behind her back. What is she up to?
Maybe her intentions will be cleared up if we take a look at the clip from her point of view:

Luna Seven - Hey There Big Bad Wolf

She puts the cloth around the wolf's mouth. What is that supposed to mean? Does she mean to calm him down? Apparently she feels very safe knowing that the big knife is in the basket and that she can use it to defend herself at any time. In the end, however, the question arises whether she might not just want to cut an apple with the knife?

What does the big bad wolf have in mind? It's high time to take a look at the clip from his perspective:

Tom Darkwolf - Little Red Riding Hood

Ok, the wolf sneaks after her all the time and tries to confess his love to her. Or is this just a game? Does he really want to protect her or does he lure her into a trap? In the end he looks very bad, but who can guess what will happen next?

You can download the two versions of the song exclusively as MP3 here in the Members Area for you free of charge:

Luna Seven - Hey There Big Bad Wolf
"Little Red Riding Hood" in the version of Luna Seven
Hey There Big Bad Wolf - Luna Seven.mp3 (8.47MB)
Luna Seven - Hey There Big Bad Wolf
"Little Red Riding Hood" in the version of Luna Seven
Hey There Big Bad Wolf - Luna Seven.mp3 (8.47MB)



Tom Darkwolf - Little Red Riding Hood
The Version of Tom Darkwolf
Little Red Riding Hood - Tom Darkwolf.mp3 (8.47MB)
Tom Darkwolf - Little Red Riding Hood
The Version of Tom Darkwolf
Little Red Riding Hood - Tom Darkwolf.mp3 (8.47MB)


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What's next?

The story obviously doesn't end there.
Write us your version of the sequel!
From all the stories that are sent to us (contact HERE), we will choose our favorites. The winner will receive a voucher worth € 20 for our shop with lots of fan articles! (Click HERE to go to the shop)

Deadline is 12/31/2021
Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible to participate

The Story - The Project - The Making of

What do Tom Darkwolf and Luna Seven say about their project? How was the clip (s) produced?
Here is the uncutted making of with comments from Luna and Tom:
(Original Language: German. Please activate english subtitles)


Gallery

Here are some pictures of Tom Darkwolf and Luna Seven that were taken during and for the project "Litlle Red Riding Hood".

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The fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood

What role do fairy tales from a bygone era still play today? - We believe we can still learn a lot from the ancient scriptures.
Luna Seven has a very special relationship to the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, which also includes Little Red Riding Hood.

In her childhood there was an elderly lady in her neighborhood in the small town of Haldensleben in Germany who told her about the Brothers Grimm. This lady, named Albertine Plock, was none other than the biological granddaughter of Wilhelm Grimm himself. When the last direct member of the Grimm family, Wilhelm Grimm's daughter Auguste, died in 1919, Albertine Plock took over most of Wilhelm Grimm's estate as the last possible heir . For decades this estate was kept safe and complete by her, both during the war and after the war. In 1963 Mrs. Plock gave it as a present. the museum in Haldensleben with the wish that it is properly administered there, treated with care and made accessible to the public.
In Luna Seven's childhood, however, the entire estate was still stowed in Mrs. Plock's house and she showed the girl some original writings by the Brothers Grimm, including the fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Since then Luna has been very interested in fairy tales and when Tom Darkwolf presented her the idea of ​​re-recording the song "Little Red Riding Hood" and thus retelling the story, Luna was hooked ...

You can find more information about the museum in Haldensleben on the website www.museumhaldensleben.de

Facts

The original song "Little Red Riding Hood" dates back to 1966 and was first interpreted by "Sam The Sham and the Pharaos".
The song only reflected the fairy tale from the perspective of the bad wolf. In November of the same year, the first cover version of the "Shamettes" was released, which provided the answer from the point of view of Little Red Riding Hood.
The new version of Tom Darkwolf and Luna Seven is a mix of the two versions and for the first time combines the story from both perspectives.
Unfortunately, the composer Ronald Blackwell didn't benefit much from the song's success. He died in a car accident in 1966.

Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs

The song was used in 2011 for the movie "Red Riding Hood". The main actress Amanda Seyfried sang the song for the movie by herself. However, the first version was used from the wolf's point of view, although Amanda plays Little Red Riding Hood in the movie.

Red Riding Hood Movie

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