Jinja Safari, band
Splendour in the Grass 2012 was a mud bath in which many musicians were dipping into, Jack White’s lyrics, Azealia Bank’s legs and Jinja Safari’s insane acrobatic limbs are just a taste of who was there. Whilst at times it was forgotten that this was a trade, due to the festival setting, the purpose of being flown up from Melbourne was a specific one.
The Pixel Trade was to film the set of Jinja Safari at Splendour and try to slip some shots in of the chaotic lads doing there thing in front of thousands of fans. Beach balls, confetti guns and insane dancing was the environment for this trade. The footage will be used in the near future for a video, but for now it will sit in storage until summoned.
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