Mexican Knives 'Beach Song' by Erin Barry

Mexican Knives 'Beach Song' by Erin Barry
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Following her and Fraser Watson's video for Nightmare, London-based director/photographer Erin Barry has directed her second video for Detroit-based garage rock band Mexican Knives, another exercise in lo-fi experimentation for The Beach Song. 

Shot on Hampstead Heath, it features a blonde with some issues, and camerawork by Watson on the Go-Pro and Black Magic pocket camera, operating both underwater in the murky Heath ponds, and at ground level.

"The inspiration behind the video was a modern take on a B-horror swamp thing with a dark female edge- all handcrafted in London," says Erin. You can listen to the new Mexican Knives album here.


Erin Barry
Fraser Watson
Erin Barry
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Foliage FilmsFoliage Films website
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Fraser Watson
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Erin Barry
Fraser Watson
Fraser Watson
Carly Russ @ Lenis Models

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