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Pop - Rock | Wellington, New Zealand
Total Song Plays: 2,100   
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Budget: $12,000 - $5,000 from NZ on Air / $7,000 from Sony NZ Shoot Locations : ponsonby house, Auckland NZ / waiwera hot pools, Waiwera,NZ THE ORIGINAL CONCEPT The original concept for this song was gonna be based in a house that me and Aidan bounced up and down in (Jumphouse!) a room was going to be built around a trampoline and covered so it looked like the floor of the room with the camera postioned in the ceiling, me and Aidan started taking tampoline lessons in preparation so we could rap and sing while doing cool tricks bouncing toward the camera.But things got delayed with Sony and in the end they needed a video in a short space of time to match the release of the single, hence this version youll be watching. The new concept was me and Aidan got poured down the sink by Kate Mac ( Aidans girlfriend at the time) and then thats supposed to be us going down the drain pipe, blocking it and making a racket, so kate tries to clear us out with various chemicals etc, including Draino made by Sumix ( you have to look pretty close to pick that out ) The mug she uses to pour us out is Aidans favourite Thomas the tank engine mug. WAIWERA HOT POOLS Joe and his team custom built a half circle waterproof encasing for the camera to follow me and Aidan down the hydro slides at the hot pools, it had a tape deck in there also playing the song so we could sing and rap along to it, that broke so we used a click flashing at the speed of the song. we must have gone down those slides at least 60 times! i drove out to the location after my postie round,we started at 6pm and left the pools at about 1am, Nolan Hill our #1 man was there running the camera from the bottom to the top of the slide each time , what a trooper!, hes in the funky little hip hop angel video and youll see him in some of my home movies i will put on this site. Anyway thats a bit of info behind this video :)

Director:

Joe Loney (ex bass player for Supergroove, made over 30 music videos, 2003 Tui award winner for best music video for Sophie by Goodshirt

Credits:

DOP : Duncan Cole Editor : Adam Baines