Brutalist Architecture Inspires Lee Gamble Music Video

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Dave Gaskarth's geometric music video for Lee Gamble's "Motor System" was partially inspired by their shared hometown.

As Gamble tells Dazed, "The video is built partly around ideas of brutalist architecture, geometrics – Me and Dave have been friends for many years, and I think when Dave heard ‘Motor System,' he immediately thought on this angle. We grew up in Birmingham. Birmingham looks a certain way. It has certain angles to its structure.” 

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Lee Gamble — Motor System (PAN 59) from PAN on Vimeo.

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