Radkey Release Claymation Video For 'Glore'

(TeamRock Radio) Radkey have released a clay animation video for their single Glore - along with a making-of clip showing how the promo was put together. The song is taken from the trio of brothers' debut album Dark Black Makeup, which was released in August via Little Man Records. The video and making-of film can be viewed below.

The promo for Glore was created by director Nicos Livesey and his crew by moulding 435 bars of different coloured clay for 10 weeks, sculpting hundreds of tiny objects and moving cameras for 10-12 hours at a time.

Livesey says: "Strapping Go-Pro's to our lead animators head, rigging up the model making studio like Big Brother and time-lapsing the weirdness of our UV stop-motion dungeon, we wanted to give an insight into the sheer amount of work Glore took to make.

"People may not realise it, but pretty much the entire video is made fully in camera. We wanted to stay true to what claymation really used to be like and we wanted to stay out of the computers as much as we could. This meant a hell of a lot of work and a whole heap of super skilled model makers, stop motion animators, a badass director of photography and the love of London's home of stop frame animation, Clapham Road Studios." Read more and watch the videos here.

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