The Leisure Society – Fight For Everyone

[jwplatform lut4B95l-Pqiywodl]

British, indie band, The Leisure Society’s, video for their single “Fight For Everyone” is a quirky, animated tale outlining the creation of the solar system and everything in it. Opening to the empty canvas that is space, a giant blue hand can be seen placing the sun at the center of the black void. Next, it cleverly crafts the rest of the planets, as well as the moon, in time with the song’s upbeat rhythm. Earth expands with lively bursts of green and blue just as the first lyrics are sung, and the hand begins to lay out the unique landscape of our planet. Trees are planted, hills are extruded from the ground, and with one fluid motion, water fills the once barren oceans. Animals are introduced soon after, as fish follow the trail that the giant hand treads through the sea, and cows are plopped on a farm in the countryside. And then, just as quickly as it created it all, as the lyrics “you must fight for everyone” are sung, the hand begins to destroy it all.

Directed by Persistent Peril: persistentperil.com
Producer: Sam Bourner
Animation: Garth Jones, Ginny Jones, Mark Billington & Emma Wakely
Record Label: Full Time Hobby

Websitetheleisuresociety.co.uk
Album: Alone Aboard The Arkamzn.to/XUbjrS

Must Read

4 New Books About Music Perfect for Winter Snowstorms

It’s the middle of winter, and there’s not much going on. Television will be preempted by the Olympics. Opportunities to get outside are scarce....

Ingrid Michaelson: ‘Time Machine’ Music Video Review

Ingrid Michaelson is involved in some of the most creative music videos I’ve ever seen. She loves to turn things on their head just...

The 10 Best Fictional Bands: Jem, St. Pepper, The Folksmen and More

The Wonders Tom Hanks was fresh off an unprecedented string of hit movies as a leading man when he decided to try his hand...

Related Articles

4 New Books About Music Perfect for Winter Snowstorms

It’s the middle of winter, and there’s not much going on. Television will be preempted by the Olympics. Opportunities to get outside are scarce....

Ingrid Michaelson: ‘Time Machine’ Music Video Review

Ingrid Michaelson is involved in some of the most creative music videos I’ve ever seen. She loves to turn things on their head just...

The 10 Best Fictional Bands: Jem, St. Pepper, The Folksmen and More

The Wonders Tom Hanks was fresh off an unprecedented string of hit movies as a leading man when he decided to try his hand...

The Surprising Stories Behind America’s Favorite Patriotic Songs

Born in the U.S.A. Bruce Springsteen’s "Born in the U.S.A." has always featured at political rallies for both Republicans and Democrats. But the true meaning...

3 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here