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Blood Red Shoes’ Heartsink by Steve Glashier

Jimmy Brown - 18th Oct 2010

For the trash pop of 'White Stripes in reverse' Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes' new single Heartsink, Steve Glashier immerses the band amongst their very own fans.

For the trash pop of 'White Stripes in reverse' Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes' new single Heartsink, Steve Glashier immerses the band amongst their very own fans. "This video brought together over fifty Blood Red Shoes fans in an abandoned building site in London to destroy an item which was close to their hearts and had meaning to them," Steve explains. "The event was a cathartic tribute to the fans formed through close collaboration with the band. The whole event become more than just a video shoot, with fans from across Europe meeting the band and forming friendships with each other - and a behind the scenes documentary recording the fans stories was also created, to document the day and the items that got destroyed".

"This video brought together over fifty Blood Red Shoes fans in an abandoned building site in London to destroy an item which was close to their hearts and had meaning to them," Steve explains.

For the trash pop of 'White Stripes in reverse' Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes' new single Heartsink, Steve Glashier immerses the band amongst their very own fans. "This video brought together over fifty Blood Red Shoes fans in an abandoned building site in London to destroy an item which was close to their hearts and had meaning to them," Steve explains. "The event was a cathartic tribute to the fans formed through close collaboration with the band. The whole event become more than just a video shoot, with fans from across Europe meeting the band and forming friendships with each other - and a behind the scenes documentary recording the fans stories was also created, to document the day and the items that got destroyed".

"The event was a cathartic tribute to the fans formed through close collaboration with the band. The whole event become more than just a video shoot, with fans from across Europe meeting the band and forming friendships with each other - and a behind the scenes documentary recording the fans stories was also created, to document the day and the items that got destroyed".

For the trash pop of 'White Stripes in reverse' Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes' new single Heartsink, Steve Glashier immerses the band amongst their very own fans. "This video brought together over fifty Blood Red Shoes fans in an abandoned building site in London to destroy an item which was close to their hearts and had meaning to them," Steve explains. "The event was a cathartic tribute to the fans formed through close collaboration with the band. The whole event become more than just a video shoot, with fans from across Europe meeting the band and forming friendships with each other - and a behind the scenes documentary recording the fans stories was also created, to document the day and the items that got destroyed".

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Director
Steve Glashier
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