David Knight - 3rd Nov 2008

Comprised of around 10,000 photos, French photographer/filmmaker Bastien Lattanzio (who's previous work includes co-directing the new rave classic Heartsrevolution's CYOA) shot the Manchester band Keith over two nights in their native, naked city, encountering all sorts along the way, according to Lucky Number boss Stephen Richards.

"We unfortunately managed to draw the attention of the local prostitutes (not too friendly), police (not too bad), some gangsters (scary) and a nice old lady who instead of being (rightly) annoyed that the generator had woken her up she instead invited us all in for a brew at 4am."

With lead singer Oli strolling the streets in the middle of the night wearing a jacket made of neon tubes, they were always going to be a little bit conspicuous.


DirectorBastien L
EditorThomas Boda
ProducerAlexandre Richardot
CommissionerStephen Richards[/pay]

David Knight - 3rd Nov 2008

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