See Wild Daughter’s fishnet-flashing ‘Get Gone’ music video

With a pair of thigh high boots and a bare backside, James Jeanette's band premiere their new video, directed by Jeffrey Hinton

Wild Daughter don’t do things in halves, and, in fact, this whole thing feels pretty full-throttle. Confined to a small stage like a wild, growling animal, the East London-based band perform their new track “Get Gone” under grainy footage in this visual filmed at at Dalston’s Pacific Social. The band flash into focus through a lucid rainbow strobe for a live demo session, where frontman James Jeanette coats the lyrics with his deep-throated punk snarl. Here, he's thigh high boot-stomping, jockstrap-wearing and fishnet-flashing alongside his well-suited bandmate Stuart Mckenzie (who also has a penchant for stilettos). With wailing guitars and double exposed film footage, all the trappings of a great 90s music video are brought into the modern day. The clip's directed by Jeffrey Hinton, a DJ and visual artist who's collaborated with creatives from Alexander McQueen to Meadham Kirchoff. And with Wild Daughter already taking the stage at the Giles AW14 show, they’re bound to be a regular fixture on your London gigging circuit soon – Jeanette's bare backside included.


“Get Gone”, Live Demo Recorded at Pacific Social

Engineer: Sasa

Video: Jeffrey Hinton

Technical Assistance: Robert Fox

Special thanks to Jet, Alice Temple and Johnny Jaywalker for live footage.