Go spinning around in Nicholas Allbrook's A Fool There Was music video

Go spinning around in Nicholas Allbrook's A Fool There Was music video

A nice little teaser before his new album, Pure Gardiya, is out this Friday.

Following the sold out Australian tour in March, POND frontman and Perth multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Allbrook returns with the video for A Fool There Was. The music video spirals your view around the entirety of the clip and upon the end you realise that you didn’t even change environments and that it was all shot in that one area, with an entire cast of colourful characters revolving around our frontman and friend in the centre.


Hats off to MATT SAV for another super engaging music video and the homage to Osez Joséphine, by 90s French rocker Alain Bashung. Creating this unusual Aussie spoof of the original which Allbrook claims to be “Probably the best video ever,” you can decide below if it's a fitting rendition:


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