The fans filmed the Noisettes playing in a disused swimming pool in East London - each one with a Nokia - and in effect became both the cast and crew. Now anyone can make their own version of the …
Goldfrapp’s Rocket by Kim Gehrig
The post production required to create Alison's road movie environment - done at Moving Picture Company - has meant its been a long road to completing the vid too, which Alison referred to in the band's blog. "You're probably wondering where the hell the Rocket video is... there has been quite a bit of post production on this (and very little budget) so people have been working really hard to get it to you as soon as we possibly can."
Good work people - now I can't get that chorus out of my head.
|Art Director||Greg Shoulder|
|Director of Photography||Rob Harding|
Sexual longing-by-the-sea in lovely moody black and white, for the band with the silly name.
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