Just a matter of days after completing a successful headline tour with label mates MISTRESS, Earache bright hopes BEECHER stepped into the studio with video director Adam Mason to film their first video since signing to the label. "Function! Function!" is taken from the forthcoming release "This Elegy, His Autopsy", set for a September 12 release on CD and limited edition 5 x 7" vinyl. Intended to tell the story of a social misfit's descent into nervous breakdown, the video was originally set to filmed in London's underground tube network. However, recent events forced a last-minute rethink and in came frequent Mason collaborator and performance artist Mark Thompson for what is sure to be a frenetic clip.
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