David Knight - 10th Mar 2008

The Corrections is a great novel by Jonathan Franzen. And now it's also a London band with very catchy new record.

Jey and Kate of Duckeye have done it full justice, with a very nicely shot performance, and then a little bit more. A judicious use of the (digital) scalpel really makes all the difference...

Watch 'The Corrections' Barcode by Duckeye' here


Production CompanyRokkit
ProducerLuke Jacobs
Director of PhotographySimon Paul
CommissionerSemera Khan

David Knight - 10th Mar 2008

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