David Knight - 10th Dec 2019

Myles and Gus of Broken Antenna make a welcome return, bringing a trademark mash-up of live action and lo-fi visual effects to Japanese hipsters Yurufuwa Gang's woozy tour of London.

With its disorientatingly slow frame rate and London-themed cut-out animation, it's a pretty-perfect encapsualtion of the band's rebellious attitude and aestethic for their scuzzy anthem No Visa.  


"We followed Yurufuwa Gang on a trippy adventure around London, without a visa, smoking zoobies & snacking on Space Raiders. The video is shot at 6fps on 16mm and is littered with direct animation on DIY scanned negatives."

PRO Credits


DirectorBroken Antenna
ProducerBroken Antenna
Production CompanyKnucklehead
Director of PhotographyAlex Reid
ColouristJack McGinity
Grading companyCHEAT
CommissionerAbdullah Al-wali
LabelWarp Records
Other creditsSound Design - Neil Johnson @750mph Thanks - Huw Caddy, Tim Crosbie, Tom Malins & Marcus Noble

David Knight - 10th Dec 2019

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