See how the "Learn To Drown (You're Wrong)" video was put together.
Tax The Heat recently released a new music video, which features a constantly revolving, single camera shot. The resulting visual alternates between scenes of the band performing and several actors taking part in a variety of activites; including a game of chess, a chemistry experiment and a spot of cello practice (whilst wearing a horse's head mask, of course).
The band have now shared a behind-the-scenes video, showing how the clip was filmed in one take with no edits. The band and actors can be seen running between four divided sections of a room, constantly racing against the moving camera to hit their marks in time for the next scene.
You can see the making-of video below:
And here's the end result:
"Learn To Drown (You're Wrong)" is taken from Tax The Heat's debut album "Fed To The Lions", which is out now. The band will celebrate its release with an intimate, album launch show at The Islington in London tonight (14th April) before hitting the festival circuit this Summer for appearances at Ramblin' Man Fair, Steelhouse Festival and more. Get tickets from Planet Rock Tickets!