We Are Scientists trash dressing room at Leeds Festival

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We Are Scientists 'trashed' their dressing at this year's Leeds Festival (August 24).

The 'shocking scenes' were captured by an NME.COM video interview crew, with the rest of the band apparently unaware that the row between Keith Murray and Chris Cain was being filmed.

However, the pair then claimed on camera that they were as close as ever, with Cain saying: "Working together in this job you're closer than a married couple - we spend more time with each other than anyone else in the world."

This shocking... OK, we can't keep it up. Watch We Are Scientists' video skit exclusively for NME.COM now:



For more exclusive backstage videos and interviews from the Reading And Leeds Festivals 2008 go to NME.COM video now.

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