OFFICIAL VIDEOS

‘HEY HONEY’ - THE SECOND SINGLE FROM THE ALBUM BEAST, FILMED DURING LOCKDOWN 2020. DIRECTED AND SHOT BY OLIVER HARRISON.

 

 

‘KNEE JERK’ - THE FIRST SINGLE FROM THE ALBUM BEAST, FILMED DURING LOCKDOWN 2020. DIRECTED BY PUSS JOHNSON AND OLIVER HARRISON. MANY THANKS TO KNOX CARNOCHAN AND EVERYONE AT ROCK’N’ROLL RESCUE.

 

A LIVE VERSION OF‘WOLFMAN SIDEBURNS’ A TRACK FROM THE 2010 DEBUT ALBUM EXERCISE YOUR DEMONS PERFORMED AT AZKENA ROCK FESTIVAL IN VITORIA-GASTEIZ ON THE TRASHVILLE STAGE IN 2019. SHOT BY OLIVER HARRISON. CHECK OUT OUR ARF VIDEO DIARY TOO!

 

A LIVE VERSION OF THE SONG 'MIDNIGHT MOTORWAY', A TRACK FROM THE 2017 ALBUM AIN'T NO PUSSY. ONE OF FOUR SONGS PERFORMED LIVE FOR A MARGO'S LIVING ROOM SESSION AT HERMITAGE WORKS STUDIOS VIA CHEMICALLY SINISTER PRODUCTIONS (JOHN CLAY). VISUALS JOHN CLAY/C.SPENCE, SOUND NATHAN RIDLEY/T. COYNE.

 

'AIN'T NO PUSSY', THE EPONYMOUS SINGLE FROM THE 2017 ALBUM. LIVE FOOTAGE SHOT ON TOUR IN 2018 BY OLIVER HARRISON, WITH ADDITIONAL LIVE FOOTAGE FROM WHITBY GOTH WEEKEND BY YAZZ VANDUCCI AND ZHAOS PHOTOGRAPHY. UNDERPASS FOOTAGE SHOT IN BASINGSTOKE.


'ONE OF THE BOYS'  FROM THE 2017 ALBUM AIN'T NO PUSSY. LIVE PERFORMANCE WITH OLLY 'OLVIS' HARRISON (SATAN'S RATS/THE PHOTOS) WHO DID A STERLING JOB STANDING IN ON DRUMS FOR A YEAR BECAUSE FiLFY ANTZ WAS BROKEN. FOOTAGE KINDLY DONATED BY PUNK LIVE IN LONDON, THE ARCHIVIST OF LONDON, PHILLIP HUNT AND MARIKO ROCK.

 

'GET OUTTA MY FACE' FROM THE ALBUM DIRTY ROCK'N'ROLL, DIRECTED AND SHOT BY OLIVER HARRISON. TRACK FEATURES PHIL BLOOMBERG FROM THE POLECATS ON STAND UP BASS.

 

A VERSION OF THE IGGY POP SONG 'I'M BORED', INCLUDED ON THE 2015 EP DEAD SONGS. TRACK EDITED TO PHOTOS BY PUSS JOHNSON IN 2012 - LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE VIDEO DESCRIPTION ON YOUTUBE.

 

'TROUBLE WITH THE DEVIL', SINGLE FROM THE 2010 DEBUT EP EXERCISE YOUR DEMONS. PUSSYCAT AND THE DIRTY JOHNSONS FIRST MUSIC VIDEO, DIRECTED BY OLIVER HARRISON. FEATURING DUNCAN DEMORGAN AS THE DEVIL HIMSELF, AND ANIMATED SEQUENCES FROM LADISLAS STAREVICH'S 'PUPPET LOVE' (1929).