feature: punk band radkey just released a dope claymation video for their single ‘glore’
By Sound Check
October 15, 2015
The kids are back at it! Punk band Radkey released a claymation video for their single ‘Glore’. Cool!
Note from Random Acts (part of UK’s Channel 4 that produced the video): “In the space of just over two minutes, we’re taken on a psychedelic, mind-bending, face-melting claymation trip through the morphing world of what Radkey love and hate, incorporating too many NSFC (Not Safe For Children) scenes to count and using a variety of claymation techniques heavily influenced by pioneers such as Bruce Bickford and David Daniels. Think Celebrity Death Match meets Jackass meets Beavis and Butthead meets skateboarding, fun-loving kids who don’t give a f**k… and you’ve got GLORE, directed by Nicos Livesey at Blinkink http://www.blinkink.co.uk/d/nicoslivesey.
Glore is a track which will make you “wanna run around drinking beer and throwing up Haribo” according to Nicos Livesey, so he thought he’d better visualise that feeling for the video.
‘Glore’ from debut album Dark Black Makeup – available now: http://smarturl.it/RadkeyiTunes“
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