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RSJ 'Collectively We Are Tall' by Jolly Good Show

David Knight - 5th Oct 2011

For everybody who loves Eric Prydz's Call On Me, and have been waiting for years for a half-decent heavy metal spoof - Matt Huxford's video for RSJ's Collectively We Are Tall is that video...

For everybody who loves Eric Prydz's Call On Me, and have been waiting for years for a half-decent heavy metal spoof - Matt Huxford's video for RSJ's Collectively We Are Tall is that video... RSJ - as monstrously heavy as their name implies - got in touch with Matt and Mark Stokes, two Manchester-based TV editors who moonlight as Jolly Good Show, which produces videos for up and coming bands. "The idea for the video came from the band themselves," says Mark. "After some initial discussions the band had the video choreographed by Sam Richmond, interpreting the moves from the original video into ones that would fit the music. "After much persuasion and drawing of straws one half of Jolly Good Show, Matt Huxford, spent a five hour shoot having hairy metallers thrust their crotch in his face at a local York gym." But well worth it. Those guys really know how to pelvic thrust. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3qQMPDgaWtE&feature=related

RSJ - as monstrously heavy as their name implies - got in touch with Matt and Mark Stokes, two Manchester-based TV editors who moonlight as Jolly Good Show, which produces videos for up and coming bands. "The idea for the video came from the band themselves," says Mark. "After some initial discussions the band had the video choreographed by Sam Richmond, interpreting the moves from the original video into ones that would fit the music.

For everybody who loves Eric Prydz's Call On Me, and have been waiting for years for a half-decent heavy metal spoof - Matt Huxford's video for RSJ's Collectively We Are Tall is that video... RSJ - as monstrously heavy as their name implies - got in touch with Matt and Mark Stokes, two Manchester-based TV editors who moonlight as Jolly Good Show, which produces videos for up and coming bands. "The idea for the video came from the band themselves," says Mark. "After some initial discussions the band had the video choreographed by Sam Richmond, interpreting the moves from the original video into ones that would fit the music. "After much persuasion and drawing of straws one half of Jolly Good Show, Matt Huxford, spent a five hour shoot having hairy metallers thrust their crotch in his face at a local York gym." But well worth it. Those guys really know how to pelvic thrust. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3qQMPDgaWtE&feature=related

"After much persuasion and drawing of straws one half of Jolly Good Show, Matt Huxford, spent a five hour shoot having hairy metallers thrust their crotch in his face at a local York gym."

For everybody who loves Eric Prydz's Call On Me, and have been waiting for years for a half-decent heavy metal spoof - Matt Huxford's video for RSJ's Collectively We Are Tall is that video... RSJ - as monstrously heavy as their name implies - got in touch with Matt and Mark Stokes, two Manchester-based TV editors who moonlight as Jolly Good Show, which produces videos for up and coming bands. "The idea for the video came from the band themselves," says Mark. "After some initial discussions the band had the video choreographed by Sam Richmond, interpreting the moves from the original video into ones that would fit the music. "After much persuasion and drawing of straws one half of Jolly Good Show, Matt Huxford, spent a five hour shoot having hairy metallers thrust their crotch in his face at a local York gym." But well worth it. Those guys really know how to pelvic thrust. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3qQMPDgaWtE&feature=related

But well worth it. Those guys really know how to pelvic thrust.

For everybody who loves Eric Prydz's Call On Me, and have been waiting for years for a half-decent heavy metal spoof - Matt Huxford's video for RSJ's Collectively We Are Tall is that video... RSJ - as monstrously heavy as their name implies - got in touch with Matt and Mark Stokes, two Manchester-based TV editors who moonlight as Jolly Good Show, which produces videos for up and coming bands. "The idea for the video came from the band themselves," says Mark. "After some initial discussions the band had the video choreographed by Sam Richmond, interpreting the moves from the original video into ones that would fit the music. "After much persuasion and drawing of straws one half of Jolly Good Show, Matt Huxford, spent a five hour shoot having hairy metallers thrust their crotch in his face at a local York gym." But well worth it. Those guys really know how to pelvic thrust. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3qQMPDgaWtE&feature=related

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David Knight - 5th Oct 2011

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