Watch & Listen :: Cameras video + live set

November 9th 2012

Did you know that the body is made up of about 60% water? So what happens when two people are so drawn to each other, they pull out imaginary bow and arrows and shoot each other? The answer is, maybe not so obviously, they explode water out everywhere, liquid gushing from their bodies and lay in giant puddles of their own watery sorrows. Well, that’s part of what happens in this visually moving video that Sydney band, Cameras have just released. Directed by June Zandona, this stunning video is one that will not leave your mind for a long time. I haven’t even got to the best part yet, either.. The release is a cover of the wonderfully talented Kate Bush’s 1985 hit, “Running Up That Hill”. Known for her over-the-top-yet-amazing dance moves (if anyone wants to join me and start a Wuthering Heights flash mob, contact me below) and for her stunning vocals, Cameras’ clip pays homage to the pretend bow and arrow shooting at the end of Kate’s original vid. Plus, Cameras’ musical rendition is made very much their own and is so powerful, you’ll probably find yourself pressing replay over and over again.

Remember how Cameras played at FBi social in July? If you missed out, or you want to go back in time and re-live their set, I’ve got good news. I haven’t invented a time machine, no, but we have their live set recorded for you to listen to, dance to, exercise to, make love to, whatever you want to do, below! Weeeeeeee.


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