Watch the new video for ‘Bunkerpop’

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Watch the new video for ‘Bunkerpop’

19/02/2015

Following it’s addition to the BBC 6Music playlist and a premiere by The Fader, watch the new video for LoneLady’s ‘Bunkerpop’ from ‘Hinterland’ out next month.

The song is available to download with pre-orders of the album via the links below,

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Alternatively, the song is available as a 12” single alongside remixes by LoneLady and Wrangler at Bleep.

Watch ‘Bunkerpop’ on YouTube or VEVO.

‘Bunkerpop’

“Concrete interior as state of mind. Locomotive pulse and uplifting synth sax choruses. Linn drums, early yamaha keyboard sounds and layers of synthetic percussion build a restless architecture over which sections of the upbeat and haunted alternate. Part-hallucination, part-party for one in a bunker, where putting a record on is to conjure presences.”

Julie Campbell via The Fader

Directed by Juliet Ellis and Graham Clayton Chance, the video features LoneLady (Julie Campbell) exploring the bunker, a brutalist structure built during World War I and used in World War II on the coastline of Hull, UK. Now abandoned and sinking into the shoreline like strange concrete sculptures.

Juliet Ellis is an actor, theatre director and filmmaker. As a filmmaker she has directed two short films ‘Bro9’ and ‘Blue’ commissioned by the UK Film Council and B3 Media. Both films premiered at the London International Film Festival and have screened at festivals world wide including South Africa and Berlin.

Graham has collaborated on video projects for REM and I Am Kloot. His short film work has been nominated for awards at Berlin and Rotterdam film festivals. His main body of work is in collaboration with Visual Artists and has been seen at The Tate, Victoria Miro Gallery in London and the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York. His portrait photography work has been seen in the Guardian and The Independent on Sunday.