David Knight - 31st Jan 2011

The fact that Darwin Deez's distinctive jerricurled locks is absent from Miles Crawford's video for DNA doesn't diminish from its brilliance.

Miles - filmmaker, dancer and sometime drummer in Darwin's band - interpreted the song's yearning message of a lost love through dance in this video he made halfway through last year as an unofficial project - with a budget of $100. It turned out so well that it's been adopted as the official video.

David Knight - 31st Jan 2011

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