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29 March 2021


by Syd Briscoe

Sad Night Dynamite: “Krunk” - 3 mins 28s

Parody meets escapism in this grimy promo for Sad Night Dynamite's latest track 'Krunk'. Centred on a narcissistic protagonist who meets an untimely end, the film lampoons the sort of bloke who thinks he's Tony Montana on a night out at the Babylon Club: misogynistic, egocentric, and unbearably obnoxious.

The track's creeping beat adds a layer of threat to the action, as the party in the back of a limousine is transported to parts unknown. The fun soon turns sour, and by the time the neon-lit pseudo-playboy grasps the situation... it's far too late. Cinematic and fittingly gritty, it's a perfect complement to the Glastonbury duo's streetwise sound.

1st AD: Phillips Nortey
Cinematographer: Adric Watson
1st AC / Focus Puller: Jon England
2nd AC: Josh Tilley
Production Designer: Jakob Gierse
Art Department: Joseph Baaklini
Post Production: Chris Anthony @ No.8 Ⓟ Ⓦ
Colourist: Simon Bourne @ No.8 Ⓟ Ⓦ
Audio Mix: No.8 Ⓟ Ⓦ

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