Behind the scenes of the long-awaited and much publicized original music video for Parlotones' 'Should We Fight Back'.
The narrative of Should We Fight Back sees a juxtaposition of scenes from South Africa's turbulent history and the inception of the country as a democracy, with scenes of the nation experiencing the euphoria of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. In an earlier interview, director Ryan Kruger talked about the music video and the touchy theme, and had this to say:
"They really liked the concept I gave them and so we started with the video. Some of the scenes are graphic but that's how it was and that's how it went down and we can't change that. The music speaks for itself: it's a positive message and note to all of us. Should We Fight Back reflects the history of South Africa; its political state during apartheid in the '80s and showing how things are today. By comparing them, it shows how times have changed and how much more unified South Africa is today."