Jimmy Brown - 28th July 2010

To accompany Beware Fashionable Women's 70s-esque creative I'll Be The DJ, comes this equally maverick psychological drama from Jason Arber.

Admittedly not the mildest of subject matters, here band member Barak Shpiez offers up an explanation of the plot:

"In actual fact, the female character only dies once: in the bathtub at the hands of her boyfriend, with whom she has a hostile and violent relationship. Having killed her, the boyfriend is haunted by visions of her death when he goes to the woods to bury the body, and so she appears to him as an apparition both lying on the ground, and in a white sheet.

"You'll notice at the very end of the video, he runs to the spot where he saw the body, but it has disappeared".


DirectorJason Arber
Director of PhotographyJason Arber
ManTom Ripley
WomanAnn Hoang
Production AssistantRina Cheung, Rosie Arber
CommissionerRadar Music Videos

Jimmy Brown - 28th July 2010

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