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Public Service Broadcasting unveil the video for the first single from their upcoming second album, 'The Race For Space'. A brassy, funk-heavy superhero theme song for the most famous man in the world at the time, ‘Gagarin’ reveals a new side to the band – not least their considerable dancing skills.
Once again given access to newly acquired BFI footage, this time of the Soviet space race, PSB’s J. Willgoose, Esq. explained the rationale behind the song: “We didn’t want to be too literal in our interpretation of the material we were given – material that was full of heroic language and a sense of exuberance, with lines like ‘the hero who blazed the trail to the stars’, and ‘the whole world knew him and loved him’. It seemed more appropriate to try and re-create some of that triumphant air with a similarly upbeat song – and when it came to creating the video, the best way we could think of to communicate that sense of joy was to get our dancing shoes on.”
Contains footage from 'Voyage to the Stars', '10 Years In Space', 'Man Remains on Earth', 'Man Returns from Space' & 'Red Moon', all BFI National Archive and used with kind permission
Director: Alex Kemp
Choreographer: Kieran Donovan
Producer: Tony Powell
Assistant Producer: Vijay Sisodia
Director of Photography: Dominic Bartels
Editor: Lucy Badger
Grade: Joe Bicknell
Sound Designer: Adam Smyth
Production Designer: Amy Cooper Goodrich
Camera Assist: Chris Starkey
Steadicam: Jon Moy
Projections: Gerred Blyth
Graphic Designer: Leo Williamson
Costume: Jenny Schwarz
Commissioned with help of our friends at Radar Music Videos
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That boy had the sheer fuckin balls to sit on thousands of tons of rocket fuel, about to be blasted literally off the face of the planet, as no human had ever been before, and simply shout 'LET'S GOOOOOO!' down the radio.
A supreme example.
What a rythm! Music, culture and history are an innovative and emancipating tandem: a laid-back but, if appropriate, winning bid.
We are an academic interuniversity contest that encourages the selection of history and geography in Colombia and South America. We likes PBS.
Hi PSB fans, I made a track inspired quite a bit by their sound, please check it out on my channel. It's called Musicality, it has vocal samples reflecting on the positive effect music has on the world.
For all and I do mean ALL of humankind, a cool and decisive epoch writes its name- with the Vostok spacecraft. And Yuri Gagarin: Millions turned out to meet him- and the BBC virtually ignored the many events.
we also bought those space suits from space toys .com but they sent us the wrong size and it was missing pieces! they never corrected it and have since blocked us. horrible costumer service!
great video though!
+Patricia Hobson Yes it's excellent stuff. You may also like The Egg, who do similar stuff- A bit less sample driven with vocals on some of their tracks. Check out 'Ben Hur' ,'Nothing' and 'She's Terrific' to start with. Also the classic 'Give 'em Whisky' by Colourbox is a must for spoken sample lovers. So influential.
+Alistair Shaw When paused at 2:54 it looks like the tall one may be wearing glasses.
Also, if it isn't them you could assume that they would have hired dancers. Although the dancing is impressive, the synchronisation is a bit sloppy for professional dancers, so that makes me think that it IS them, and that they're just pretty good dancers.
Este es mi tema favorito del "The race for space" la musica esta buena, ademas de que es un homenaje al gran Yuri Gagarin (Hijo de campesinos sovieticos y el primer hombre en llegar al espacio exterior)
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