PYHOF: Origins by Tennis

Indie pop band Tennis is back with a new music video! This time it involves scratchy, grainy footage of masked gunmen in a ski trip-gone-wrong.

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WHO: Tennis

Remember Tennis? They’re the band who used a Bolex Super 16 camera for one of their music videos (read the feature). Their fascination with analogue and found footage continues with their music video for “Origins” – a track from their latest album, Young and Old. While the grit and grain seem authentic, vocalist/keyboardist Alaina Moore admits that the “found footage” was expertly created by their friend, Richard Law. Yes, folks, no borrowed footage here – the “found” footage was filmed specially for the video during a snowstorm!

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