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.

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. Valeria Fiordimare



DirectorTusk Productions Ltd

David Knight - 28th Mar 2012

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