Jimmy Brown - 21st May 2012

Beautifully shot by award-winning DP Jean Louis-Schuller on 16mm film using Paillard Bolex, Jem Goulding's interpretation of Mystery Jets' Someone Purer delivers a new twist on the classic band-playing-in-the-desert promo by shooting in the north-west English town of Carlisle.

The promo, part one of a trilogy for Mystery Jets, was filmed whilst they were on tour - with the band clambering over barbed wire fences with their equipment to shoot from sunrise to sunset in a local quarry.

The video was specifically produced for the US release of their new album Radlands.


DirectorJem Goulding
Director of PhotographyJean Louis Schuller

Jimmy Brown - 21st May 2012

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