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Enter Shikari’s Juggernauts by Shane Davey

Enter Shikari’s Juggernauts by Shane Davey

David Knight - 7th May 2009

Enter Shikari find themselves in a spot of bother in Shane Davey's video for Juggernauts - being tied to posts in the blazing desert while ominous cloaked pygmies lurk in the distance.

Enter Shikari find themselves in a spot of bother in Shane Davey's video for Juggernauts - being tied to posts in the blazing desert while ominous cloaked pygmies lurk in the distance. Shane and crew created it all in the studio, but that's okay - it's a metaphor. And the photography (by Tom Townend) and grade make it look pulsatingly hot anyway. "It was commissioned the day before the Easter bank holiday, whilst the band were being signed to Atlantic and Claire was suffering from the most terrible cold, giving us one 'school day' to book almost an entire shoot," explains Shane. "The addition of the cloaked people or 'Jawas' as they became known, happened over the bank holiday weekend, but luckily Hannah Edwards jumped to the rescue knocking up some great costumes for the little people - the band's eight-year old brothers - to wear."

Shane and crew created it all in the studio, but that's okay - it's a metaphor. And the photography (by Tom Townend) and grade make it look pulsatingly hot anyway.

Enter Shikari find themselves in a spot of bother in Shane Davey's video for Juggernauts - being tied to posts in the blazing desert while ominous cloaked pygmies lurk in the distance. Shane and crew created it all in the studio, but that's okay - it's a metaphor. And the photography (by Tom Townend) and grade make it look pulsatingly hot anyway. "It was commissioned the day before the Easter bank holiday, whilst the band were being signed to Atlantic and Claire was suffering from the most terrible cold, giving us one 'school day' to book almost an entire shoot," explains Shane. "The addition of the cloaked people or 'Jawas' as they became known, happened over the bank holiday weekend, but luckily Hannah Edwards jumped to the rescue knocking up some great costumes for the little people - the band's eight-year old brothers - to wear."

"It was commissioned the day before the Easter bank holiday, whilst the band were being signed to Atlantic and Claire was suffering from the most terrible cold, giving us one 'school day' to book almost an entire shoot," explains Shane.

Enter Shikari find themselves in a spot of bother in Shane Davey's video for Juggernauts - being tied to posts in the blazing desert while ominous cloaked pygmies lurk in the distance. Shane and crew created it all in the studio, but that's okay - it's a metaphor. And the photography (by Tom Townend) and grade make it look pulsatingly hot anyway. "It was commissioned the day before the Easter bank holiday, whilst the band were being signed to Atlantic and Claire was suffering from the most terrible cold, giving us one 'school day' to book almost an entire shoot," explains Shane. "The addition of the cloaked people or 'Jawas' as they became known, happened over the bank holiday weekend, but luckily Hannah Edwards jumped to the rescue knocking up some great costumes for the little people - the band's eight-year old brothers - to wear."

"The addition of the cloaked people or 'Jawas' as they became known, happened over the bank holiday weekend, but luckily Hannah Edwards jumped to the rescue knocking up some great costumes for the little people - the band's eight-year old brothers - to wear."

Enter Shikari find themselves in a spot of bother in Shane Davey's video for Juggernauts - being tied to posts in the blazing desert while ominous cloaked pygmies lurk in the distance. Shane and crew created it all in the studio, but that's okay - it's a metaphor. And the photography (by Tom Townend) and grade make it look pulsatingly hot anyway. "It was commissioned the day before the Easter bank holiday, whilst the band were being signed to Atlantic and Claire was suffering from the most terrible cold, giving us one 'school day' to book almost an entire shoot," explains Shane. "The addition of the cloaked people or 'Jawas' as they became known, happened over the bank holiday weekend, but luckily Hannah Edwards jumped to the rescue knocking up some great costumes for the little people - the band's eight-year old brothers - to wear."

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Production/Creative

Director
Shane Davey
Producer
Gail Davey
Production Company
Davey Inc.

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Director of Photography
Tom Townend

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Art Director
Aimee P

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Editor
Vid Price

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Colourist
Aubrey Woodiwiss

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Commissioner
Claire Stubbs

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