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Breton 'The Commission' by Stuart Sinclair and BretonLABS

David Knight - 15th Sept 2011

Breton are described as a "multimedia Massive Attack" and an "inscrutable" (ie painfully cool) outfit containing both indie filmmakers and musicians, by The Guardian (who are nonetheless impressed with their prolific output to date).

Breton are described as a "multimedia Massive Attack" and an "inscrutable" (ie painfully cool) outfit containing both indie filmmakers and musicians, by The Guardian (who are nonetheless impressed with their prolific output to date). Based in southeast London, as BretonLABS they've created the video for their FatCat single The Commission with motion graphics artist Stuart Sinclair: a docking space station is piloted by a lonely rocket man played by Patrick Lyons - actor, poet and friend of the band. "The video was shot over four days, and was cost £160," reveals Breton bandmember Roman Rappak. "This money went on a Chinese fighter pilot high-altitude helmet which we bought on Ebay." http://www.youtube.com/watchv=VLO4IeRb-lA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Based in southeast London, as BretonLABS they've created the video for their FatCat single The Commission with motion graphics artist Stuart Sinclair: a docking space station is piloted by a lonely rocket man played by Patrick Lyons - actor, poet and friend of the band.

Breton are described as a "multimedia Massive Attack" and an "inscrutable" (ie painfully cool) outfit containing both indie filmmakers and musicians, by The Guardian (who are nonetheless impressed with their prolific output to date). Based in southeast London, as BretonLABS they've created the video for their FatCat single The Commission with motion graphics artist Stuart Sinclair: a docking space station is piloted by a lonely rocket man played by Patrick Lyons - actor, poet and friend of the band. "The video was shot over four days, and was cost £160," reveals Breton bandmember Roman Rappak. "This money went on a Chinese fighter pilot high-altitude helmet which we bought on Ebay." http://www.youtube.com/watchv=VLO4IeRb-lA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

"The video was shot over four days, and was cost £160," reveals Breton bandmember Roman Rappak. "This money went on a Chinese fighter pilot high-altitude helmet which we bought on Ebay."

Breton are described as a "multimedia Massive Attack" and an "inscrutable" (ie painfully cool) outfit containing both indie filmmakers and musicians, by The Guardian (who are nonetheless impressed with their prolific output to date). Based in southeast London, as BretonLABS they've created the video for their FatCat single The Commission with motion graphics artist Stuart Sinclair: a docking space station is piloted by a lonely rocket man played by Patrick Lyons - actor, poet and friend of the band. "The video was shot over four days, and was cost £160," reveals Breton bandmember Roman Rappak. "This money went on a Chinese fighter pilot high-altitude helmet which we bought on Ebay." http://www.youtube.com/watchv=VLO4IeRb-lA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=VLO4IeRb-lA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

David Knight - 15th Sept 2011

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