David Knight - 23rd Dec 2010

British Sea Power's first single from their album Valhalla Dancehall gets a video from Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull that combines modern pop visuals with the aesthetic of avant garde cinema.

Luke and Joseph's third video this year - after clips for Detroit Social Club and Wild Beasts - was influenced by Kenneth Anger and Henri Clouzet's unfinished masterpiece Inferno. The blue lipstick was the band's idea...


DirectorLuke Seomore & Joseph Bull
Production CompanyInstitute For Eyes
Director of PhotographyXavi Amoros
ProducerHannah Lack, Luke Seomore
RunnerMark Couzens, Sam Cheetham
CommissionerJohn Moule

David Knight - 23rd Dec 2010

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