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Brutai’s “Flood” as captured by the talented students of The Brit School

Brutai Flood screen cap 2 The Brit School

We’ve not covered Brutai an awful lot, but we have seen them a couple of times in recent months – including a supporting slot for gamer metal dudes Centiment and a review of their EP last year – and we’ve been impressed with what we’ve seen. As such, we’re very proud to premiere the band’s new video for “Flood“, the opening track from said record.

What’s quite cool about this endeavour is that it was recorded and edited by a group of 16 and 17 year-olds from The Brit School in London. Have a look:

The link, in case the above isn’t working for you

If we hadn’t told you that, you probably wouldn’t have realised, would you?

It has come about via a collaboration between Brutai’s PR representatives Incendia and The Brit School’s media department, with the former supplying fodder for the latter to shoot in a professional environment. The Brit School is a college devoted to the performing arts and technology, and provides “education and vocational training for the performing arts, media, art and design and the technologies that make performance possible.” Which sounds exactly the kind of place I’d like to have gone when I was 14-19. Damn.

Back to the video, we think you’ll agree that the end product is quite satisfying. Whilst it’s nothing flashy, it’s a solid performance video with some interesting shots and camera tricks attempted, and the team have done a great job.

If you like what you see, there are three more videos coming for Incendia bands, including Agent, Subversion, and another for Brutai, because they’re just that awesome.

You can pick up Brutai’s EP from hyar, and catch them at any of the currently booked shows they have around Europe:

19th April @ The Peel, Kingston w/ Uneven Structure
22nd May @ The Forum Hertfordshire w/ Monuments 
31st May @ O2 Academy Oxford w/ SkeletorProspekt 
2nd – 4th October @ Euroblast Festival w/ SikTh, Chimp Spanner, Leprous et al