We've all been there
Getting knocked back from a club is both an acute and unique pain. An earth-shattering mix of embarrassment, loss and indignity. Some times it can completely ruin a night, other times it can completely make a night, but either way it's bound to happen at least once in your life.
You stand there sheepishly as the bouncer looks at you down his nose (for there is no other way for a bouncer to look) an eternity passes and then, the words of dread: "not tonight, mate".
It seems that Infinity Ink have been knocked back from more than a few Oceanas in their time, as they've immortalised this most depressing of clubbing rituals in their latest video, "Full Capacity".
Directed by Ben Reed, the video stars the Shadwell & Anners Security And Community Theatre - that's actual bouncers to you and me. And it follows a man who has quite literally lost his mind, and his struggle to gain admittance past a gaggle of grimacing doormen.
Have a look at the video above and stream the track here.
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13 Jul 2016