If you've been following the video follies of Capital Cities and Brewer then you know their collaboration can't possible just be a floating dock performance for the hottest Lake Havisu Spring Breakers ever. And it's not. It's something much more figurative. And the imagined party ends as quickly as a crying jag.
It ain't easy being a zebra, even here in civilization. "Kangaroo Court" imagines us all as animals living in harmony, so long as the zebras are kept out. You'd think a little dye job could let a zebra masquerade as a horse, but this surreal clip shows that the consequences are dire.
PS: Look for both members of Capital Cities in the video — they also co-directed — in addition to parts played by Glee cast member Darren Criss and actress Shannon Woodward.
A great recap of the complexities involved in making director Grady Hall's "history of dance" video for Capital Cities "Safe And Sound." Lots of insights — bet you never realized the Charleston and the Kid N Play dance were so similar — and footage that takes you from initial rehearsals, to the shoot location and then the post process.