Dancing Barefoot (3:48)
Again, the brief was very simple: Get the band together on a small black stage, dress them in simple contrasting colours,
saturate the set with white light and shoot it on high ISO film.
And make it black and white for that extra arty effect.
And add a few shots of a girl driving a car around. At night.
It was a simple video, and with the benefit of retrospect, it looks like a rehearsal for the
Home video (sans girl, plus colour).
It's an important video as it was the only one featuring Mark Kerr (on drums) and
Gordon Goudie (on guitar), part of the line-up who recorded
Neon Lights and some of
A promo photograph taken at the shoot became the central image of the
Cry sleeve (albeit reversed).
The film leader gives production and director credits, as well as a recording date of 4th September 2001.
Behind-the-scenes footage (in colour) was also recorded, which turned up in
the Neon Lights EPK.
The video wasn't made commercially available until 2019 when it was added to the
Rejuvenation 2001-2014 CD/DVD box. (An earlier chance to add it to
the Seen The Lights compilation was missed.)
Until then, it was only available as a VHS promo video.
Eagle made some cheap-and-cheerful VHS copies. Now very hard to find, they just have a
crudely printed spine sticker.
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