David Knight - 18th Mar 2009

It's already been described by Spin online as ranking up there with Aphex Twin's Come To Daddy. You may gasp and snort with disbelief, but take a look and you'll understand what they're on about.

Hiro Murai's stunning video for the new AVH remix of Bloc Party's Signs may be somewhat influenced by the Aphex-Cunningham school of body-horror, with his inventive graftings of bodies and machines - but there's one remarkable shot that dares go even further...

And it is on YouTube - at the moment.



DirectorHiro Murai
ProducerRoss Girard
CommissionerJill Kaplan

David Knight - 18th Mar 2009

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