A tongue-in-cheek cover of Robert Palmer's finest moment, by a band called The Good Gods! - and nary a leggy blank-faced model pretending to play bass to be seen.
David Thomas Broughton’s Nature by Greg Butler
Quirky and compelling London-based folk singer and guitarist David Thomas Broughton gets a suitably eccentric, richly imaginative (and vegetable-orientated) video for Nature from Greg Butler, shot at The Windmill in Brixton.
Released ahead of his new album Outbreeding, the lugubrious Mr Broughton has been feted by the likes of Pitchfork Media and Tiny Mix. But somebody should tell him you don't play a double bass like that.
|Director of Photography||David Rafique|
|Focus Puller||Will Morgan|
|Art Director||Sadie Edgington|
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