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Creating a Visual World for Broken Bells' Album

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indiewire talks to Brian Burton (a.k.a. Danger Mouse, one half of the duo Broken Bells) and director Jacob Gentry about their two-part short film that incorporates tracks from Broken Bells' album After the Disco.

Explains Gentry, "It wasn't necessarily choreographed to the music – we weren't playing the music on the set and trying to hit certain beats. We basically wanted to make the movie and then score it with the album. Broken Bells is kind of like soundtrack music anyway, so I just tried to make the album accompany us as a soundtrack, but then when I was editing, I kind of went back the other direction and tried to figure out which pieces went with which movements the best."

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