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David Knight - 28th Mar 2012

The Irish duo's new video for Toll Free is short and sweet, like previous noteworthy efforts for The Leopard and A Pirate's Life.

The Irish duo's new video for Toll Free is short and sweet, like previous noteworthy efforts for The Leopard and A Pirate's Life. Very much like The Leopard's video, this new effort sees the band simply performing the 2 minutes long songs, only this time there are no instruments, no thermal cameras... and no bodies from the neck down: it features projections of the band's faces on (presumably) their real faces, covered by white sheets. Directed by countrymen Tusk Productions - that's Rob Davis, Elton Mullally, John Phillipson - the promo sounds almost too simple, but, together with their expressions and the interjections of projected and real hands on top of their faces, it creates a very quirky effect that marries perfectly to the overall feeling of the song and of the band. <em>Valeria Fiordimare</em> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dQiYNrMuKLI

Very much like The Leopard's video, this new effort sees the band simply performing the 2 minutes long songs, only this time there are no instruments, no thermal cameras... and no bodies from the neck down: it features projections of the band's faces on (presumably) their real faces, covered by white sheets.

The Irish duo's new video for Toll Free is short and sweet, like previous noteworthy efforts for The Leopard and A Pirate's Life. Very much like The Leopard's video, this new effort sees the band simply performing the 2 minutes long songs, only this time there are no instruments, no thermal cameras... and no bodies from the neck down: it features projections of the band's faces on (presumably) their real faces, covered by white sheets. Directed by countrymen Tusk Productions - that's Rob Davis, Elton Mullally, John Phillipson - the promo sounds almost too simple, but, together with their expressions and the interjections of projected and real hands on top of their faces, it creates a very quirky effect that marries perfectly to the overall feeling of the song and of the band. <em>Valeria Fiordimare</em> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dQiYNrMuKLI

Directed by countrymen Tusk Productions - that's Rob Davis, Elton Mullally, John Phillipson - the promo sounds almost too simple, but, together with their expressions and the interjections of projected and real hands on top of their faces, it creates a very quirky effect that marries perfectly to the overall feeling of the song and of the band. Valeria Fiordimare

The Irish duo's new video for Toll Free is short and sweet, like previous noteworthy efforts for The Leopard and A Pirate's Life. Very much like The Leopard's video, this new effort sees the band simply performing the 2 minutes long songs, only this time there are no instruments, no thermal cameras... and no bodies from the neck down: it features projections of the band's faces on (presumably) their real faces, covered by white sheets. Directed by countrymen Tusk Productions - that's Rob Davis, Elton Mullally, John Phillipson - the promo sounds almost too simple, but, together with their expressions and the interjections of projected and real hands on top of their faces, it creates a very quirky effect that marries perfectly to the overall feeling of the song and of the band. <em>Valeria Fiordimare</em> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dQiYNrMuKLI

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David Knight - 28th Mar 2012

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