The Waterloo electro-indie group (yes, as far as I know, they're named after the kids' gameshow that aired in Canada in the '80s and forced children to sit in immobile race cars and clap over their heads like the above image) has a new video coming out for their song Penny Candy. It's by Guelph-based Guerilla Force Films (in association with the film collective Bleeding Apple) and I got a sneak peek earlier this week.
You get one today!
The guys from Guerilla filmed in the freezing, snowy streets and alleyways of Waterloo to film this video that looks like one, looooong take. That's hard to do. Ask Scorsese or Orson Welles about it some time.
Anyway, the video is launching tomorrow at 10 a.m. on the Guerilla Force Films website. I'm told the video is being launched in advance of a new album. Can't wait!
Guelph's Angus McLellan directed and production was helped along by Dave McLeod and Philip Carrer. I think the results are pretty sweet. Not unlike Penny Candy. Be sure to check it out!