Here at Musick we like to think we know some people that know some people. Sometimes our people talk to other people's people and they then get back to their people who come to our people with an idea. Such a convoluted exchange of words happened yesterday when we were asked by The Enemy's people to come up with a brand new image for their forthcoming album, Music For The People (ahem).
Knowing we'd be presented with pretty much a blank canvas we got to work on some ideas. Their music speaks to people, it reflects the everyday life of the working man and revels in the mundane, bringing it to life. Their photos are usually bleak, monochrome and moody, and why shouldn't they be? We're in a recession and we need The Enemy more then ever in these dark and uncertain times. It's either that or crack cocaine.
So, without further ado, this is what we came up with:
Unfortunately, The Enemy's people were unavailable for comment at the time of going to press, but we took their silence as an affirmative. Thank you to The Enemy for being such good sports and showing that famed sense of humour throughout. With bands like this, we can face the recession head on and win, win, win.