The first, by Nadim Samman, makes hay with a series of glossy advertising clips to emboss the title track from our debut record 'Good Living' with a sense of refinement, purpose and hedonistic entitlement. Part pastiche, part mission statement, it's a vivid insight into the mind of Scandinavia's maddening and remarkable frontman.
The second, by Ted Byron-Baybutt, juxtaposes the peace and quiet of nature with the silent majesty of aeroplanes in flight, spliced between outtakes of film cut in the pastoral idyll of Scandinavia's week-long sojourn to the Granary Studios in Kent to record 'The Gods'. Ted uses a raw, unfinished version of the track 'The Queen Entranced By Ancient Prayer Book' to temper the serenity with a healthy dose of grit.
I Like Dumb Tunes
HMV Is Dead!
What Can You Give A Girl Who's Got It All?
This video, which unveils the code of life, tells you all you need to know about the enigma that currently is Scandinavia's album #3.