Ice Cream video for Battles

Spanish directing team Canada adopt the quick-fire editing of their earlier work for a new video for Battles, employing ice cream, paint and naughtiness in the process

Spanish directing team Canada adopt the quick-fire editing of their earlier work for a new video for Battles, employing ice cream, paint and naughtiness in the process…

Fans of the Barcelona-based directing team will appreciate their new offering, which boasts a similar glut of fast-cut imagery to their previous video for El Guincho track, Bombay (watch it here).

Ice Cream features a host of short, disparate bursts of surrealism and makes good use of overlaying footage of the band, not to mention summery saturated colours. The directors clearly have a thing for liquids. And nudity.

Canada are represented by Partizan and you can see their portfolio of film work here.

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