Video premiere: Minuit's - Warheads

Last updated 11:29 28/06/2013
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Video premiere: Minuit's Warheads

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Cavemen, rabbits and....heavy artillery - it's the new music video from Minuit, Warheads. 

Wellington artist Leda Farrow, digital designer Jason Bock and director Alyx Duncan (The Red House) - who gave Minuit the previous theatrical video clips Except You and Fuji - teamed up with Minuit and a band of helping 'hands' to bring this latest clip to life.

We see the quirky lead roles played by sculptured puppets, as Curly the caveman chases his beloved (and juicy) intersex blue rabbit through time and space, and have another taste of Minuit's trademark mixture of sinister and salvation. "I think of you my darling, when the warheads start to fall."

When asked what the song is about, Minuit frontwoman Ruth Carr  replied: "It's pretty self-explanatory isn't it? It's only got two f***ing lines." When pressed further she said: "it's about how we ultimately deal with problems and differences. Thinking of all the people we'll miss when the bombs drop.

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