Promo News - 22nd Oct 2018

Niall Trask creates a visual ode devoted to Meatraffle's decidedly ambivalent relationship with London.

The general message is that its a terrible bloody place - hence the refrain of "London life is killing me". But faced with the alternative - one-pub Middle England towns, full of Ukippers and other little Englanders - Meatraffle's Zsa Zsa Sapien would rather stay put.

And this leads to a cracking saxophone solo worthy of Ian Dury's Blockheads...

Credits

DirectorNiall Trask
ProducerNiall Trask
Director of PhotographyAndy Little
Director's RepresentationOB Management

Promo News - 22nd Oct 2018

Related Content

video

Ride 'Cali' by Niall Trask

Ride's Cali sounds like it was on their first album in 1989, but its brand new. And Niall Trask's video captures the mood of the song brilliantly, while also being rather deceptive.

David Knight - 30th Aug 2017

Latest News

news

Andrew Thomas Huang joins Object & Animal

Following his recent collaboration with FKA twigs on the video for Cellophane, and also the premiere of his new short film Kiss of the Rabbit God at TriBeCa Festival 2019, Andrew Thomas …

Promo News - 13 days ago

news

Odelay Films sign KC Locke for music videos

One of Manchester’s most prolific and talked about video directors, KC Locke, has signed to London-based Odelay Films for music videos, and is being represented by Marisa Garner at MGA.

Promo News - 16 days ago

,