David Knight - 29th Apr 2008

Two contrasting videos from the Fab Two: that's Liverpool's own Goodtimes. First, there's this for Red Light Company which, for the 'Times' James Slater and Kate Sellars, is an unusually performance-orientated piece for the band's hummable With Lights Out.

And no, that's not the lovely Madonna...

And there's this for New Zealand's decidedly trippy Ruby Suns, which is so much more weird...

"It's quite odd," agrees James. "Once again all the characters live on my street. They all were up for idea of dressing up for a day." Indeed, who wouldn't want to wear a zebra head

Quite bonkers. But not only that, it works in 3D - quite possibly by accident. So check it out with the old-style glasses, that you might still have from the last BUG (or in my case, from the DVD of Spy Kids 3: Game Over guest starring Sly Stallone).

It really does work...

Watch 'Double bubble: Red Light Company and Ruby Suns by Goodtimes' here

Credits

Production CompanyDraw Pictures
DirectorGoodtimes
Director of PhotographyStein Stie
Art DirectorEmily Lansley/Goodtimes
EditorJames Sl
CommissionerDan Millar
ProducerKwok Yau

David Knight - 29th Apr 2008

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