So it turns out that British supergroup Minor Victories aren’t just making killer music together, but they’re making short films too.
Made up of Rachel Goswell (singer of shoegaze legends Slowdive), Stuart Braithwaite (nominal frontman of post-rock icons Mogwai), Justin Lockey (guitarist in Editors) and James Lockey (brother of Justin), Minor Victories are a band foremost, but a collection of creative lords who happen to know a thing or two about filmmaking.
Last year, the group released their first short film, Film One, produced by members and brothers Justin and James, under their filmmaking partnership Hand Held Cine Club. In fact, the duo make all the group’s music videos and films.
Film Two, is the follow-up. A black and white, skate vid with an absolutely stunning soundtrack. The short film coincides with the band’s debut single ‘A Hundred Ropes‘ and offers a taste of the direction and cinematic production for their upcoming debut self-tilted album coming out on Play It Again Sam worldwide on June 3. Killer.