Video premiere: SBTRKT - 'Trials of the Past'
To boost their 'Live' album efforts, SBTRKT has done a video for one of their recent hits called 'Trials of the Past'. Directed by Dustfarm's Ross Anderson, the video stars a troubled girl whose running away from the horrors of a post-industrial dystopia. She ends up at a barbershop, getting a peculiar 'head-cut'. Anderson became only the third person to do a video for SBTRKT who's been making wave, especially after the debut album last year.
Joe Frankland, Artist Development Manager at Generator had this to say about the new video:
“Generator and Northern Film & Media have a strong history of teaming musicians with music filmmakers and to be able to offer Ross Anderson the chance to work with the XL Recordings family was amazing. SBTRKT is one of the most exciting artists and producers of recent years and Ross’ vision of a dystopian future perfectly conveys the mood and imagery of ‘Trials of the Past’.”
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