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WE FEW – ‘Morse Factory’ VIDEO

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REVIEW by ZAK SLOMAN

With the recent release of their debut EP ‘Morse Factory’, Stoke-on-Trent indie five-piece We Few have now also brought out a video to accompany the title track.

The band have said that the main aim of this was to capture the look and feel of how they record their music.

By filming in monochrome, used for almost all of their promotional materials, and at the same recording studios where they put the EP together, this is exactly what they have done.

There is a lack of narrative, but by just showing them naturally, it’s a much more productive way of presenting themselves to any potential additions to the fanbase.

You can also tell that the band have worked closely with the video’s director Tony Wooliscroft, perhaps better known for his photography work with groups such as Foo Fighters and Red Hot Chili Peppers, in bringing their vision to life.

Overall, the video is simple but very well put together, and it proves that you don’t need to resort to an all singing, all dancing visual spectacular just to get something across.

YOU CAN VIEW THE VIDEO AT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hugWWkGJjHI

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