Sports Team 'Camel Crew' by Sports Team & Ben Unwin
Stuck in a very small house together has not helped Sports Team's esprit de corps.
The band have taken to making voodoo dolls of each other, compelling their bandmates to fly around on magic carpets, dye their hair, and jerk around like mad puppets. Then there's the lazer bolts, and frontman Alex mysteriously sprouting devil horns...
In this joyously unhinged video, Sports Team have channeled their favourite old-school TV shows, while banging out a cracking version of their fan favourite Camel Crew. It's one of the more chaotic yet weirdly satisfying videos created during lockdown - devised and filmed by the band, marshalled by remote direction and editing by Ben Unwin.
It's high-energy, bonkers, a treat for secret fans of Dick & Dom and Scooby Doo, and a worthy addition to the group's offbeat videography.
|Other credits||Senior Marketing Manager: Sam Flynn Band Mgmt: Stuart Clarke|
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