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Here's Five: Client Liaison Share Their Favourite Stylish Classic Pop Videos

Here's Five: Client Liaison Share Their Favourite Stylish Classic Pop Videos

Thursday 9th November, 2017 11:59AM

Melbourne synth-pop stars Client Liaison have jetted into New Zealand for a quick North Island tour, playing at Auckland’s King’s Arms tonight and Wellington’s Meow this Friday. Local audiences can look forward to a visually impressive, fist-pumping evening of of hard hitting and catchy electronic tunes from their debut Diplomatic Immunity. No strangers to sartorial excess, the well-dressed duo have selected their favourite and most stylish classic pop music videos to provide an insight into their own musical creations. Read their entertaining commentary on each clip below, and catch the group live this week in your area…

1. Fake - 'Another Brick'

Brought to our attention by our office landlord, this video highlights the the full leather trench in all its glory. We're currently in the middle of developing a series of full leather trench outfits for our live show. This video will serve as a strong reference point.

2. Dirty Vegas - 'Days Go By'

Incorporating strong narratives into video clips is hard to pull off. The nature of the video clip means there isn't much time to tell your story. In turn it's important to be clear and concise with any attempt to do so. This clip does a fantastic job of highlighting the perfect execution of such a challenge.

3. John Farnham - 'Two Strong Hearts'

Two Strong Hearts does one thing that no other J.F. film clip does - show him dancing. Since the first time J.F. took to stage he always struggled to hold down a move yet no one ever really pulled him up on it as his voice was so powerful.

4. Royksopp - 'Remind Me'

A tremendous display of isometric pixel art, this animation stands out amongst the rest. There is something very charming about this type of illustration and to see it animated takes it to a whole new level. This clip remains one of the finest.

5. Regurgitator - 'Song Formally Known As'

Similar to N-Trance's 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy', this clip takes the form of the classic 'tour diary', which most bands will come to make at least once in their career. Having said so, I can think of no better country then Japan to execute this idea.


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Thu 9th Nov
Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland
Fri 10th Nov
Meow, Wellington