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Submission + - Rock band uses surveillance cameras for video (jessemandel.com)

Supergibbs writes: "A pretty creative and low cost music video. From the article:

"An unsigned rock band from Manchester, England didn't have the money to make a professional video for its new song, 'Paper.' But The Get Out Clause had an idea: why not use some of the 13 million surveillance cameras that keep a watchful eye on British citizens? So the band played to some 80 surveillance cameras in its home town, requested the footage under a freedom of information law, then used the clips to make a video.""

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