Pork Soda is an outlandish and quirky tale of reunited lovers, breaking the routine and the dangers of a dog swallowing a remote control. It's all going on in director Eoin Glaister's latest for Glass Animals.
Rob Brandon's new video for Sundara Karma's 'She Said' is a 16mm montage of teens preparing for a night out in classic fashion: drink, drugs, facebook, pubs and sexual tension. Intercut with Sundara's performance in a series of close-ups, the video sways between the awkwardness and joy of youth in a nostalgic aesthetic.
Maybe part of what makes boy bands great is that they take direction — you say dance, and they dance — but sometimes that is can also be their undoing. Such is the case in this (purposefully) disastrous video where the band dance their way out of business.
3 video mixers, 2 tube cameras, 1 rear projection screen, The insides of 1 lamb, some wigs, a wide angle lens, some slit scanning, some bedsheets, yoghurt, Jelly and coagulated spaghetti and are just some of the things we needed when We teamed up with Pulled Apart by Horses.
I'm personally fond for the toilet humor detour — how can you when the song's refrain asks if you can fuck to this shit — but there's plenty of visual hooks as a camera dollies around MNEK and an ever-changing cast of characters.
So, its kind of a Bonnie & Clyde (ish) Fandango...about the life and love of two people and how that love changes over time from the lust and excitement of their youth..to whatever that ends up being..
We could've chosen any kind of couple to portray this but we felt that couples staring at each other with a bit of lens flare looks rubbish. With that in mind we went with guns and gas masks..which is always the better option.