American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's latest music video was shot using a Super 8 film camera and Texas based music website, Transistor Six, tells us about it!
We’re pretty sure you’re familiar of three-piece American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club whose sound is a reference to garage rock, blues, and a bit of folk revival.
Now on their seventh studio record entitled Specter at the Feast, B.R.M.C. and analogue fans alike are in for a treat for their upcoming latest music video “Hate the Taste” features the band inside a Super 8 Film Force Field with the audience outside them in digital color. Amusing, yeah?
Hate the Taste will premiere tomorrow at Transistor Six's website and of course, here at Lomography! For now, here are some Lomographs of the band shot by Cory Llewellyn of Transistor Six!
Here’s what Cory has to say regarding the band photos he shot using various Lomography products!
We used a Pop9 camera as one of the textures as well as the Diana F+ for the portraits. The Lomography LC-A + was the go to camera for the multiple exposure shots and the Action Sampler camera is the one where you see four images in the frame. We also had a few other tricks like some LED lights and cold cathode tube lights for some light painting effects.
You can see the whole set of Lomographs here plus have a chance to win an autographed B.R.M.C. record!
Be sure to check our Magazine regularly for more Lomography collaborations with Transistor Six!