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- Posted on Apr 28th 2010 11:00AM by Benjy Eisen
"The last three records are kind of a trilogy," says UNKLE mastermind James Lavelle in this clip. "They're a period and this record is kind of breaking out of that. And the artwork, everything, is about moving to a different place."
While this installment is titled 'Finishing,' it's not just about putting the finishing touches on the final tracks. Illuminating a certain feeling that 'Where Did the Night Fall' is more than "just a record," the album's artwork is discussed in detail and viewers get to see how the photographs that accompany the music, via the packaging, are really individual pieces of art, each with their own creative processes, collaborations and eventual outcome. They're all bursting with creativity on their own, and yet they are all directly connected to the album. The photographic pieces were inspired by the music and are, in actuality, its visual counterpart.
"I love all the things I've done before," says Lavelle, unapologetically. "I just felt like UNKLE needs to move on and into a different world in order for it to grow, and all these changes and these things that have happened are really pivotal to that. This is a whole new chapter."
You can preview the 'Finishing' touches of this brand new adventure for UNKLE in the video below.