Here’s a new short film for ‘Edward The Confessor’ the soon to be released debut single from Breton. It features the work of photographer and film maker Niall O’Brien, who shot the kids in the film at 1000 frames per second, in order to capture and also exaggerate the ‘undiluted anger’ of his subjects. Set behind the images are the bands lyrics, which are taken from a recording of two men, discussing the frustrations of immigration and living in a foreign country. Put together they add up to a visually captivating piece of work.
Niall O’Brien’s Anger installation will be showing in London in Spring next year and Breton’s debut album will be released through Fatcat records in March.
You can catch Breton on tour with Ghost Poet:
8th November – Mine – Leeds, UK
12th November – Digital – Brighton, UK
21st October – SWN Festival – Cardiff, UK
11th November – London Calling, Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
2nd December – Trans Musicales – Rennes, France