Cat Velez - 16th Mar 2015

Wacky and unhinged, Slaves's Feed the Mantaray has been paired with the fisheye lens & VHS DIY styling of Youth Hymns - their second video for the two piece punk band from Tunbridge Wells.

Caricatural and completely over-the-top, Slaves get sucked into a car chase in their underwater Mini, from which they feed candy to a manta ray before it catches up with them. Will they make it out alive?

YOUTH HYMNS

"Working closely with the Slaves duo and their limitless imagination, we took Isaac and Laurie on an undersea adventure in their red Mini.

"As they drive along the ocean floor, they end up making a special manta ray friend who takes a liking to their trail of sweets but it quickly becomes evident that sweets alone aren't enough..."

Credits

DirectorYouth Hymns
1st ADMark McPadden
Art DirectorAntonia Lowe
Lead actorManta Ray: Olly Walton-sales
CommissionerJames Hackett
LabelVirgin EMI
Other creditsVoice-over: Richard Hackett Junior Commissioner: Ella Hart Runner: Jess Horne

Cat Velez - 16th Mar 2015

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