David Knight - 1st Mar 2012

Apologies, I Have None's Clapton Pond gets a really excellent vid by J G Harding which matches the emo-intensity of the track and tells its story through an evocative visual device - treasured old vinyl gets painted and distributed around an old seaside town by a man, played by Sam Russo, who needs to move on.

"It's a short story about letting go of the things in life that haunt you and weigh you down, and finding a release in those very places where you feel trapped," says J G. "It was a cold, crew-less, budget-less guerrilla shoot, with a day in the London overspill town of town Haverhill and one in the faded seaside town of Walton-on-the-Naze."

But its very nicely shot - on a Canon 550D, and a Sony HX9V compact - and a fine edit by JG too... 

The band's debut album, London, is available to pre-order now from www.apologiesihavenone.co.uk.


DirectorJ G Harding
ManSam Russo

David Knight - 1st Mar 2012

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