A behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of the official video for 'A Very British Coup' courtesy of the inimitable Kayvon Zahedi (KayvonTV)
'A Very British Coup' is a collaboration featuring Jah Wobble, Martin 'Youth' Glover, Mark Stewart, Keith Levene & Richard Dudanski (with contributions from the dearly missed producer / DJ Andrew Weatherall)
More Info: 'This video was captured by Canadian cult media personality Kayvon Zahedi of KayvonTV fame (who happened to be on hand that day for the filming of the music video), this behind-the-scenes featurette uncovers handshot clips centred around the shoot
As an added bonus, it also features exclusive candid interview footage, outtakes, & photographs with some of the key artists & musicians who played their distinctive roles in forming this British post-punk supergroup'
Watch the behind the scenes footage in full above.
Watch the official 'A Very British Coup' video HERE
'A Very British Coup' US CD edition available HERE
Mark Stewart & The Maffia will perform live for the first time in over a decade as part of On-U Sound's 40th anniversary celebrations.
Mark Stewart & The Maffia will play the On-U Sound anniversary gig at The Forum in Kentish Town on the 7th of November 2020, joining fellow On-U acts and associates African Head Charge, Creation Rebel, Little Roy, Horace Andy, Little Axe and Tackhead.
Mark is currently at work on a new album which is set to coincide with the On-U Sound 40th anniversary celebrations.
Tickets available in a couple of weeks. Keep up to date HERE.
The new video for Jah Wobble's 'A Very British Coup' featuring Mark Stewart, Martin 'Youth' Glover, Richard Dudanski & Keith Levene, a 'post-punk supergroup', alongside an interview with Mark Stewart discussing cut-ups, chance procedures, working with Levene & more.
In honour of the US CD edition release out now on 80 Proof Media
Mark Stewart appeared on the Stereo Embers Magazine podcast recently to discuss 'UFO's, having tea with Sun Ra, The Sex Pistols, and how music bridged the racial divide in his town in the late 70s as well as why he likes to hang out with oddballs, the avant-garde New York scene and a fight he once had with Allen Ginsberg.'