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Abbey Road Studios shared the first episode of its new Lock-In series which showed the process behind Django Django and Denai Moore’s collaborative track “Say Something” with producer Bullion.
Django Django, Denai Moore and Bullion worked together within a 48-hour window using the studios’ vintage instruments and future tech to collaborate on the song, and now they share the video, conceived and directed by John Maclean, shot by Robbie Ryan and starring Denai Moore, Vincent Neff and Victoria Park Bowls Club. Maclean is best known for his directorial debut feature film Slow West (2015) and for being a member of Scottish psych/folk/electronic outfit The Beta Band. He is also brother of Django Django’s Dave Maclean. Robbie Ryan, having shot Slow West for Maclean, went on to shoot numerous feature films including American Honey (2016) and Yorgos Lanthimos’ Oscar winning The Favourite (2018).
Django Django released their universally acclaimed fourth album “Glowing In The Dark” earlier this year, heralding a thrilling new era for the band. The embark on a headline tour in October and November, beginning in Belfast October 9th and encompassing dates across the UK and Europe.
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