While we're talking recording, we are pleased to report that The Vandas have just spent a week in the recording studio working on the soundtrack to a film being made by a fantastic Adelaide artist by the name of DAVID BROMLEY.
Anyone who saw the film clip for Hello Again would be familiar with Bromley's highly individual cut-up pop-art style (left). It's a strange blending of some peculiar talents such as narrations by Hugo Weaving, writings by Antonella Gambotto, a few songs by the Handsome Family and about ten from us – all set over an ever-cascading set of decomposed images and animations.
The tracks we've done are some new versions of songs such as Leaving and In The Morning, Ravine and Landlord with some pretty clever little instrumentals thrown in for good measure. It seems that SBS Channel 28 have already bought four clips or portions of the film to show as fillers between programs so if you're sitting up waiting for an Eastern European Soccer match to begin and you see something as beautiful as it is confusing and you hear a familiar voice you'll know who it is.