Ilya Naishuller creates colourful, cyberpunk world for Leningrad’s new video

The director has ventured into the world of animation for the first time with the Russian rock band’s latest video JuJu, which depicts an anarchic future society controlled by violent gangs

Since forming in the 90s, Russian rock band Leningrad has become known for its ‘gypsy punk’ style and expletive-heavy lyrics that cover subjects such as alcoholism. The 16-piece group disbanded in 2008, but reformed in 2010 and since then has released a flurry of new songs and videos.

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