10,000 Russos are gaining quite a reputation for their live show. We thought it was so good that we signed them side of stage after seeing them for the first time at Reverence last year, and we know that everyone that saw them close the first night of the Fuzz Club Festival will agree.
The live session for "UsVsUs" captures all the power and fuzzed out energy of 10,000 Russos live, in a geurilla takeover of a public spot in their home country, Portugal.
The video was shot at Cromeleque dos Almendres, which is an archeological site dating back to 6,000 BC and contains one of the largest groups of megalithic stones in Europe. The Iberian equivalent to Stonehenge, it's steeped in mystery and may be a burial place or some kind of astronomical observatory as it is aligned with the winter solstice. The band chose it for its strong magnetic charge.
The video was made by Bando À Parte and executive production was done by Pointlist.
Images by Jorge Quintela and André Peyxoto
Sound by Sergio Bernardo Gregorio
Thanks to João Modas and Família Modas, Rodrigo Areias, Daniel Catarino, Yoann Crochet, Cristina Viana, Sociedade Harmonia Eborense, Gui, IGESPAR.
"UsVsUs" is taken from the self-titled album, now sold out on vinyl but available on cassette.