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Ghosts of Men – Little Death 360 Video

Well where do we start? I’m sure you’ve all heard of Ghosts of Men, right? If not, I’m not sure what planet you’re on? They’re flippin’ mental! We’ve worked with them for a few months now; setting up a shiny new website, designing a beautiful Electronic Press Kit for their album ‘Breathe’ and working on their press release for a bloody good video for ‘Little Death’. Why are we writing about them? Because we want the world to know how good they are, witness their craziness and watch their epic 360 degree video for ‘Little Death’. We were lucky enough to get invited to a private screening of their video at The Three Wise Monkeys, although we weren’t quite ready for what they had in store for us.  On arrival, we were greeted by a bearded man wearing an Ainsley Harriot T-shirt (Clegg) and a topless drummer who preceded to rub his sweat on my face (Adam). Not sure if that was the highlight of the night or the crowd of fans wearing pig masks taking over the stage and crowd-surfing.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to participate in the madness and watch the video for yourself in 360 degrees.

Taking their inspiration from the quite frankly bonkers painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by 16th Century painter Hieronymus Bosch, The Cleveland Agency decided to experiment with Samsung’s budget Gear 360 camera to see what could be achieved for their upcoming video, ‘Little Death’.

1 360 Degree Camera, 34 Idiots, 35 Children’s Animal masks, 2 T-Rexs, 1 Painting Nurse, 1 Oompa Loompa, 1 Phil, 2 Boxing Men, 1 Dapper Horse, 1 Post Man, 4 Ariel Hoopers, 2 Tea Ladies, 1 Whippet and 1 Graham Harris (Cleveland Agency).

What is this list you say? This is a list of who was involved in the making of Ghost of Men’s latest video ‘Little Death’ -. Have a look for yourself.

For the best experience, I suggest sitting on a swivel, office chair in the middle of the room and watch via youtube on your phone (it has to be via the youtube app for the 360 experience).

You’re welcome. Thank you, bye.