Jimmy Brown - 11th Apr 2012

Filmed on location in Andalusia over two days, Marco Sandeman's promo for Molotov Jukebox's Tick Tock sees the band dressing up for the occasion and donning face paint.

"The mountain scenes were shot around Orgiva near a friend's beautiful farm," explains Marco. "We co-opted their flock of sheep for a shot, but failed to get the bloody creatures to obey our herding.

"The graveyard scenes were filmed in Casares, with the very kind permission of the mayor. Natalia and the band got a lot of strange looks from people paying their respects, but everyone seemed to enjoy the oddity of it all!"


DirectorMarco Sandeman
Production CompanyDigital Celluloid
ProducerSirius Fl

Jimmy Brown - 11th Apr 2012

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