31/10/16

Craig Roberts directs a video for ‘My Bark Is Your Bite’

With all the positivity around My Bark Is Your Bite, we're super proud to unveil a video for the song directed by Craig Roberts (of Submarine, Skins and Kill Your Friends). Filmed in one shot in an abandoned building in Cardiff, it's a darkly humorous accompaniment. 

We'd been talking about collaborating with each other for a while and I'm pleased we managed to make it work as I love Blaenavon's music. There were two ways of going with this video, whilst the song is so vibrant I also found it very dark - this felt like a great opportunity to do something really cool, and weird. I'd filmed in one-shot before and feel it adds real cinematic quality, it's nice tying together narrative and performance in one continuous move. The boys came over to Cardiff to shoot the video which was important to me - and not least because it's close to my house and I could play X-Box straight after.
Craig Roberts

The band have just arrived for the first time in New York City and will be playing their debut US shows this week, for more information on that, and to subscribe to their mailing list head to blaenavon.com.

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