Jimmy Brown - 18th May 2012

Shot over one day in Finsbury Park and on a roof down on Brick Lane in East London, Adi Kerr and James Knott tie up Bibelots with over a kilometre of VHS tape as part of their promo for The Revolution Will Be Digitised.

"Our mates Bibelots are unsigned but on the way up, with HMV crowning them Next Big Thing 2012," explains Adi. "Supporting The Rifles, Reverend and The Makers and The Charlatans over the summer, they needed a video for their new single, so we stepped in.

"With absolutely zero budget and a four-day turnaround, we wanted to play on the term 'digitised' by using a fan obsessed with the analogue realm - vinyl, cine, polaroids, excetera."


Production CompanyStudio JK

Jimmy Brown - 18th May 2012

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