The well-known trio, Foreign Beggars, out of the U.K, has been around since 2002 and have teased their final album together, releasing on December 13th called Matriarchy. The reason for this being the last is that the members, Orifice Vulgatron, Metropolis, and DJ Noname’s have decided its time to focus on themselves and indulge in their solo careers.
The single and visual off of their last album is called, “Young Kings & Queens”. There is nothing crazy or special in the video, but it is the lyrics and message that wraps it all together. The black & white video following the trio and a pair of kids around the streets of Manchester creates a visually appealing experience that helps tell the story. What’s special about the group is their different backgrounds meshing to create something special and meaningful to its audience.
“Kids growing up these days have years in hostile environments and felt a lot of struggle due to a decade of Austerity.. with so many youth centres shutting down and violence on the rise wanted to make a song to reach out and shed some light and guidance. The video was shot in and around Manchester by Tarnish Vision and really captures the bittersweet essence of the song.” Pav – Foreign Beggars
Stream more from Foreign Beggars here: