Set on a volcanic island, the Scottish quartet's new video explores human sacrifice and carnivorous plants while literally crawling with insects.
" the end of great things," British director John Maclean says of his striking new video for 'Hand of Man,' the latest single off Django Django's self-titled debut album, which dropped last year. Describing the scene of the video shoot -- a party in a soon-to-be-demolished warehouse space in London -- he continues, “It was the last day in our friend’s building, which will inevitably be knocked down to make way for more dodgy flats with tiny triangle balconies.”
British indie quartet Django Django have unveiled a video for 'Life's a Beach,' the latest single from a self-titled set that was recently nominated for Debut Album of the Year in our first annual Diffuser.fm Music Awards. The clip features squiggly animated footage of the group that was created using a painstaking video manipulation process invented by director Isaac Eastgate.