Sheffield’s International Teachers of Pop are gearing up for the release of their self-titled debut album next month with a video for its single ‘The Ballad Of Remedy Nilsson’.
Synth player Adrian Flanagan describes how the band’s roots informed the making of this:
“We come from the age of Bagpuss & Chocky, early MTV and classic Top of the Pops, a time when television effects were hand made and animated, sets were all built by craftsmen, a door would shut and the walls would wobble, continuity was all over the place, but your imagination ran wild in its simplicity and artfulness. There’s not really much of that about these days. We are more Craftwork than Kraftwerk!”