Watch: Summer Camp’s New Video – “Down”

25 Oct

There is something undeniably charming about Summer Camp, the English indie-electro duo made up of Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey just exude warmth and tenderness. Even when Elizabeth sings that she is “Better Off Without You”, it still feels gentle and affectionate.

Their new video, for the track “Down” (which you can watch below), is a prime example of just how downright delightful this pair are. It is comprised of 50 individual .gif files, each played on repeat, from a Halloween themed party and like the pair themselves, it’s simply enchanting.

The band’s debut album, Welcome To Condale is out on Monday and you can pre-order a copy from their Pledge Music site. As well as the album, you can buy such wonders as a batch of brownies made by Elizabeth, a one-hour DJ set by the band at a London based house party, and even Jeremy’s spangly jumpsuit!

This may sound a bit gimmicky but the duo have used this method to fund the production of the album, give their fans the opportunity to own something unique and also to support a good cause, as this excerpt from the site illustrates.

A percentage of the proceeds from this pre-release campaign will be donated to a charity called Shelter From The Storm. It’s a homeless shelter in London – the only one which is open all year round and receives no help from the government. They do incredible work helping the most vulnerable people in London.

All this, and the music is damn fine too. In our opinion, the world would be a much nicer place if there more bands like Summer Camp around.

One Response to “Watch: Summer Camp’s New Video – “Down””

  1. Name (required) October 28, 2011 at 13:13 #

    These are funky, i like these. video is bonkers though, in a good way.

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