Yard Act: le clip de Payday

The Yard Act has just completed a completely sold out series of concerts on its first UK tour, earning an Observer Artist of the Week award and a perfect 5-star review in The Times.

Regarding this new song, James Smith explains: “paydayIt’s one of the few pieces of disc that we had to completely rebuild in the studio, because the first demo was recorded on my computer and my hard drive was damaged. We spent about 2 hours trying to figure out that stupid part of the keyboard I put on and I couldn’t remember how to play it. It was boring but it was worth it. It’s about promotion, class frenzy, and how the human mind is so powerful that with enough time and combined processing power, it will be able to justify, defend, and/or carry on. to commit the acts of any human being who has control over him.”

The accompanying video is the group’s third collaboration with director James Slater and his production team after ‘overload‘ And ‘Land of the Blind‘, and expands the world and characters created by the Yard Act. James Smith explains, “We wanted to do something a little less location-specific and storytelling for this video, so studio White Infinity was the perfect sanitizer for the anti-capitalist anthem funded by a major record label. It was fantastic.” They choreograph themselves, which really makes the video come alive. It’s also nice to finally be able to explain all the lettuce that kept popping up in the previous videos.”

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