Ghostpoet and The D.O.T. (Mike ‘The Streets’ Skinner and Rob Harvey) will film the video for their new single, ‘Trouble’ at London’s Village Underground this Wednesday, November 30.
As the song’s title suggests, the shoot – organised by Rizlab, who are behind the whole collaboration – will most likely be trouble. It’ll be performed in one take, in front of a live audience, and streamed to the world live on FACT’s homepage, from 7.30pm-9.30pm. On top of that, fans can suggest ways to cause trouble for the performers by sending suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. On the night those watching the stream will be able to collectively choose what happens on-stage through a real time voting mechanic. Rather them than us, basically.
Those who attend the shoot won’t just be in for a laugh, they’ll also be treated to DJ sets from consistently excellent Manchester producer xxxy and Bad Company drum’n’bass legend dBridge – both of whom have remixed Ghostpoet in the past. Also available on the night will be vinyl copies of ‘Trouble’, limited to 300 and backed with a remix by Damu, fresh from the release of his debut album for Keysound, Unity. To win tickets for the shoot, enter FACT’s competition.
Oh, and did we mention that Mike Skinner was behind this Monday’s FACT mix?
Ghostpoet & The D.O.T. – Trouble (Damu Remix)