Radkey push claymation to the limit on their new music video for "Glore"! The video was actually released last month by Random Acts — a creative group that's part of Channel 4 in England — but it just hit our radar today. Watch above on YouTube.
Random Acts offered a description of the video on their YouTube channel, which we fully agree with:
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.
"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.
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Source: Radkey YouTube