In the midst of sorting footage for his upcoming full length video, Chris Pope found himself with enough Dean Greensmith footage for an extra treat in the form of the ‘Dolce and Gabbana’ section – featuring footage of the artist formerly known as Ketamine Dean which spans the last few years and sees skateparks across the country getting an absolute thrashing, backed up with cameos from Joe Howard, Brendan Watson, Martyn Hill and Alex Hallford.
From six backside 360 indy airs over one of the hips at Victoria Park (some with full Terry Tough Tits steez) to high speed assaults on Clifton, Hebden Bridge, Southbank, The Spot and various indoor weather avoidance zones, this is very gnarly indeed – bear in mind whilst watching that this is a collection of leftovers from the video itself so there’s plenty more to come, too. There’s even an appearance (admittedly from some time ago) from the elusive Vitamin D, the backside disaster backside 360 out, at the venerable X-Site Skatepark in Skegness.
This is backed up with one of the contenders for the title of most ridiculous music video of all time courtesy of 1970s San Francisco based karaoke staples Journey with ‘Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)’ – an 80s visual treat which features synths stuck to walls, the featheriest of mullets and only the most powerful of power ballad visuals. Get watching then get crying about your lack of switch feeble grinds, squirrel raising abilities and Stella Artois tattoos!
For more Yorkshire/Midlands crew hype to improve your day, get stuck into all the RWTB footage you can shake a chosty baton at then go watch Pope’s Cosmic Chunder series