The Big Moon - The Road

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Director: John Fitzpatrick 
Cinematographer & Co Director: Archie Sinclair / Grey Moth Productions
Camera Assistant & Gaffer: Louis Devereux
Motion Controller:
Motion Control Operator: Justin Pentecost
Set Designer: Joshua Malbey
Post Production: The Mill
VFX: Pete Rypstra & Ahmed Azma
Colourist: Oisin O'Driscoll
Make-Up Artist: Sybilla Findley
Runner: Adrian Gardner
Goldfish: Nicky Byrne

Thanks to:
Max Dovey
Jarrad Vladich
Joe Brown
Danny Hollowell


The last time we saw London garage rock group The Big Moon is when they earned our title of On the Record for their brand of gritty, scuzzy grunge pop. The few songs the band has to their name such as the rhythmically interesting and catchy “Sucker” was one of my personal favorites of the summer. Last week, the band released their new single “The Road” and today, the Brits have shared the interestingly repetitive video for the track.

A slow-burner, just like the song, the video is comprised of the same shots of windows on a conveyor belt loop for the whole four minutes. However, as the video goes on, the weirder the situations we see the band’s members take part in. The video finds itself being ultimately repetitive but increasingly interesting at the same time. It’s a brooding, doleful track and a relentless and angsty video to match.

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