Leftfield and Sleafod Mods release video for ‘Head and Shoulders’ – watch

It stars a monster consuming all in its path, and Jason Williamson with breasts

Sleaford Mods and Leftfield have revealed the animated video for ‘Head and Shoulders’, from Leftfield’s recent album ‘Alternative Light Source’.

The star of the new video is a green monster that goes through several forms, making its way through a city and eating most of what it stumbles across.

At one point, Mods singer Jason Williamson appears from behind a phone box minus one leg, and uncovers a six-pack followed by a pair of animated breasts. Later, a horribly infected looking monster consumes the vocalist, before eventually disappearing into space to continue its binge eating on an extraterrestrial scale.


The Mods have recently been involved in a war of words with Slaves, in which they accused the Tunbridge Wells duo of “ripping us off” and being “a pile of shit.”

Leftfield shared the video – directed by Ewan Morris and Casey Raymond – via their facebook, calling the monster in the video “a great idea that Casey and Ewan turned into a mad, gross reality.”

‘Alternative Light Source’ was released on Infectious Records in early June, and marked the end of a wait of almost 16 years for a new Leftfield album, following the release of ‘Rhythm and Stealth’ back in 1999.

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Sleaford Mods latest ‘Key Markets’ was released in late July. The pair will tour the UK during September and October, playing the following live dates:

Manchester Ritz (September 23)
Carlisle Brickyard (24)
Newcastle Northumbria Uni (25)
Leeds Irish Centre (28)
Birmingham Institute (29)
Cardiff Y-Plan (October 1)
London Forum (2)
Bristol Bierkeller (4)
Bournemouth Fire Station (5)
Brighton The Old Market (6)
Cambridge Junction (8)
Nottingham Rock City (9)


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