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Meatraffle 'London Life' by Niall Trask
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...
|Director of Photography||Andy Little|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
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