BPA Toe Jam video

Brighton Port Authority is Norman Cook’s latest venture, which launches with the infectious single, Toe Jam, featuring vocals from David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal

Keith Schofield has directed this cheeky video for the song, which is set in a 70s-style swingers party. As the track kicks in, the guests get naked, but thick black censorship lines immediately appear on screen, protecting everyone’s modesty.

Schofield then puts these to amusing use, with the partygoers performing various physical tricks in order to allow the lines to spell out the name of the song, create a smiley face, and even have a game of Pong. In keeping with tradition, Norman Cook also makes a brief appearance, sans clothing.

Record label: Southern Fried
Commissioner: CjJHassay & John Hassay, New Selecta.
Production co: Streetgang
Director: Keith Schofield


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