Saturday, August 26, 2006

Arctic fuckin Monkeys

I'm not a huge Arctic Monkeys fan, though they make some good videos. I particularly like this new one, and the choon ain't bad, neither. The bloke is Paddy Considine, writer and star of the great Brit flick Dead Man's Shoes.

10 Comments:

Blogger Red said...

I liked this video. It kept me guessing till the end.

26 August, 2006 14:47  
Blogger Ranting Dullard said...

I like em. I know I shouldnt, I just do.

26 August, 2006 18:02  
Blogger FOUR DINNERS said...

brill. ta.

26 August, 2006 19:55  
Blogger the cappuccino kid said...

hows this to make you sick. they played a secret gig in barnsley on wednesday night. in a pub with a 500 capacity.
they advertised it for two hours on their website, and had a few thousand turn up.
it was in walking distance from where i am sat now, and trust me when i say this, i would have thrown the mother of all sickies if i could have gaurenteed being there!
also, a friend of the family has gone with them on the guest list to leeds festival this weekend. she is going out with a friend of the drummer or something.
you'd have thought SHE could have given me a heads up!
damn, damn, damn.

26 August, 2006 21:21  
Blogger Candy Minx said...

That was a great story, wow I suppose there just might be desperate women (and men?) who would hook up under these circumstances, very clever.

26 August, 2006 22:30  
Blogger _z. said...

nice clip.

27 August, 2006 04:28  
Blogger Will said...

Quality. Paddy Considine's such a legend. Any idea who the woman is?

27 August, 2006 15:50  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Will: Apparently it's someone called Kate Ashfield, from Shaun of the Dead.

Cappy: That's a bastard, innit?

Candy: Funny story, no? I love the way it comes full circle and reveals the "twist". Especially cos at the beginning it makes you start questioning the scenario: I mean, how does a shoe just fall off? Aaaahhh, she kicked it off. Very clever.

28 August, 2006 10:35  
Blogger hangthedj said...

I wasn't really a fan of the Monkeys at all, as I always thought they were a bit of a Libbertines rip-off band, but I went to Leeds festival (as a guest - not rubbing it in or anything Cappuccino Kid) and they were amazing!

Sorry for the shameless plug, but feel free to head over to my blog to read more about it!

28 August, 2006 13:44  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

HtDJ: Ah, that first Libs album, eh? A classic. I enjoyed what I saw of the Monkeys at Leeds (on telly; best view possible). I'll check out your pages right now...

28 August, 2006 15:54  

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