Video of the Moment #2038: Mystery Jets

By on Tuesday, 8th March 2016 at 6:30 pm
 

Following the release of their fifth studio album ‘Curve of the Earth’ in January, Mystery Jets have unveiled a new video for ‘Bubblegum’, their next single that will be out at the start of April. For the promo for ‘Bubblegum’, they’ve chosen to use something entirely unconventional: the view from drones along the Red Sands region off the UK coast. The description from the press release is as follows:

Just seven miles off the British coast is a place called Red Sands, where there are giant alien towers rising from the ocean on rusted legs. Built in the Thames Estuary to defend the United Kingdom from air raids during the WWII, the forts have been decommissioned for more than 50 years. Delicate and at risk, they are usually off-limits to the public, but the Mystery Jets got special access with the help of a group of passionate volunteers at Project Red Sands, to fly a drone around the strange structures and shoot a spectacular music video. Please learn more and support the ambitious project trying to secure their future at: http://www.project-redsand.com/

Watch the unique video below. ‘Bubblegum’ is out on the 1st of April on Caroline International. For more on TGTF’s coverage on Mystery Jets, go here.

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