Francobollo are here to save the planet with new stop-motion video for ‘We’re Dead’

Today, Swedish, London based band Francobollo release a phenomenal video for new single ‘We’re Dead’. The video specifically points at our relationship with plastic, recycling, waste in general – and its impact on us all, meticulously stop-motion animated by rising director and film maker Samuel Lewis.

Another taster of what’s to come from the band’s second—yet to be announced—full length album – the song which discusses the slow deterioration of our wellbeing – it’s the perfect compliment.

Speaking a little more on their reason behind making this video, Sam Bailey from the band (who also produced the video) said: “Being passionate about filmmaking and music videos, we really wanted to make something that would be active whilst we have platform and peoples ears ‘n’ eyes. A song like We’re Dead, which deals with the slow deterioration of our wellbeing, needs a call to arms. We approached Samuel Lewis, a very talented and compassionate animator, with the track and he immediately responded with a tailspin of thoughts regarding plastic and its impact on us all. It was a perfect fit.”