Jon Spencer finds the perfect person to visually interpret the raw blues-rock power of his Blues Explosion's new single Black Mold - from the brand new album Meat and Bone. It's Toon Aerts, of …
The Sore Losers 'Don't Know Nothing' by Toon Aerts
Toon Aerts latest collaboration with Belgian rockers The Sore Losers sees the band turning up on a Sixties TV show to play Dont Know Nothing, and thoroughly enjoying the flirtatious attention of members the all-female audience.
Everything is going swimmingly, in fact – until one very motivated guitar player starts showing off. That seriously ruins the good karma...
What do you expect from a bunch of Losers? But as usual, they get a very polished and entertaining video from Toon. And it's also well worth checking out his short film Perfect Drug - an eclectic mix of horror, sci-fi and comedy, now on Fearnet.
|Production Company||Czar Films|
|Executive Producer||Eurydice Gysel|
|1st AD||Thomas Antoni|
|Director of Photography||Brecht Goyvaerts|
|Focus Puller||Pieter Geerardyn|
|Art Director||Sarah Geirnaert|
|Hair||Nathalie De Hen|
|Colourist||Joost Van De Kerckhove|
|Post production company||Moxy|
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