- A dystopic future. The love between two working drones ignites the courage among the people to revolt against the system built on oppression and police violence.-

Gudrun von Laxenburg, an experimental three-piece electronic band from Austria, just signed their debut album, Panic!, with Skint BMG. Off that record, “Revolution” hits like a flurry of electronic elements not unlike those of EOTO and similar technologically advanced jam bands.

Alongside the single comes a music video representative of that dystopian storyline, complete with cloaked figures, barking dogs, and expressionless civilians on a mission to unhinge and depose their oppressors. On the song, GVL reveal that it was a message for the current state of police affairs around the world. “Irrational police brutality and ruthless leadership is everywhere around us,” they write. “At the time we wrote the track ‘Revolution’, the media was full of it all around the globe.”

“What we had in mind when we started working on ‘Revolution’ was to tell a story of change,” the director, Sebastian Mayr, elaborates on the concept. “A single person’s decision sets a chain reaction of events in motion which eventually ignites some sort of turnover,” “Not only do the protagonists unintentionally start a revolution because their actions are driven by love… they are also cyborgs – theoretically incapable of experiencing emotions.”

Read an article via "Directors Notes" here:
Michael Neulinger
Heidrun Wehl
Erec Hesse
Lennart Lemster
Tina Haller

Sebastian Mayr
Michael Podogil

Matthias Pötsch

Executive Producer
Daniel Helmer

Gilbert Kralinger

Production Design
Zora Kats

Daniel Helmer

Make Up Artist
Kiky von Rebental

Prop Master
Zora Kats

1st ad
Helen Parkes

Extra Wrangler - Mark Gerstorfer
Extra Wrangler - Albert Meisl

1st cam Assistant Philipp Glokner
2nd Cam Assistant/Dit Bernhard Schmiidt
3rd Cam Assistant Michael Krischan

2nd unit Camera Alexander Dirninger & Gabriel Krajanek

Art department
2nd Prop Master FUB
Setdesign (riot scene) Julien Weizenhöfer
1st standby prop Djamila Grandits
2nd stand by prop Winnie Küchl
3rd Stand by Prop Lucia Bayrleitner
4th Stand by Prop Alexey Hartlieb-shea
Combatgear Zora Kats

Gaffer Alexander Dirninger
Electrician Carolina Steinbrecher
Gabriel Krajanek
Matthias Seebacher
Manuel Prett

Costume design zora kats
standby costume Anja Kohlweiss, Winnie Küchl

VFX by arx anima
art director Jens Kuczwara
vfx supervisor Martin Hebestreit
Lrc Supervicosr Ryan Dauner
Lrc Coordinator Alessandra aucello
Matte Painting Jens Juczwara
3d fx Jurian Weerkamp
Compositing Lara Cores & Simone Lanuzzi

Additional VFX
David Teichert

Unit Production Manager Ernst Golda
Production Assistant Hans-Peter Krenn
Prod. Assistant Gabriella Humer
Viola Zeindl, Nikita Leibovici, Norbert Galgoci, Pascal Kralinger, Christoph Mateka

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