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Zulu Winter 'We Should Be Swimming' by Cagoule's Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay

Jimmy Brown - 14th Feb 2012

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland.

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland. By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production: "There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations. "However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while. "Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production:

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland. By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production: "There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations. "However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while. "Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

"There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations.

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland. By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production: "There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations. "However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while. "Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

"However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while.

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland. By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production: "There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations. "However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while. "Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

"Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

Feted indie darlings Zulu Winter get exposed to the extreme elements all in the name of art. For the promo to their dreamy We Should Be Swimming, the London 5-piece teamed up with Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay of Cagoule and headed off to bonny Scotland. By way of explanation, Cagoule had this to say about the production: "There were a few times when we questioned "who the F****'s idea was this." Stood on an exposed highland moor with gail force wind driving shrapnel like hail stones into your face, you tend to doubt the motivation to chose such extreme locations. "However we're not called "Cagoule" for nothing and an ability to work in all weathers is what we're proud of. It took true grit and determination from the cast and crew to spend two days on Rannoch moor, in the Scottish highlands, filming the latest Zulu Winter promo. The results however made the effort worth while. "Short of traveling to the arctic tundra, you won't find a more dramatic backdrop to film two of the country's leading dancers, skilfully choreographed by Abby Warrilow. The band couldn't comment on the conditions having apparently been frozen under a sheet of solid ice! Front man Will Daunt however escaped the same fate to deliver a bold and enigmatic performance".

Jimmy Brown - 14th Feb 2012

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Cagoule's Lewis Gourlay & Ab
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Clare Kerr

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Andrew Begg

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Anya Clifford

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Abby Warrilow

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Lewis Gourlay

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