Taken from the upcoming film POWDER ROOM, due to hit cinemas December 6th, London guitar band FAKE CLUB release the movie's lead track, Midnight at Koko. The film, due for release via Universal/Vertigo boasts a stellar cast, starring Sheridan Smith, Jaime Winstone, Oona Chaplin and Kate Nash; documenting the story of a group of girls on a night out and unveiling the mystery and the trials and tribulations that take place in the ladies toilets.
Directed by up-and-coming female director, MJ Delaney and produced by Damian Jones (Kidulthood, The History Boys, The Iron Lady) the film showcases the best of British in-front and behind the camera and utilises its massively talented and largely female cast to the best of their ability.
Midnight at Koko lets us see a gentler side to this feisty all-girl band, showcasing their delicate attention to melody that is often replaced by pounding drums and screaming guitar solos. Performed by FAKE CLUB themselves in the movie, a smouldering Rosie Bones and her tuxedo-clad bandmates (wait until you see the video!), soundtrack the climatic narrative of the film with this momentous track. Midnight at Koko is Fake Club's sensitive side, their 'slow song at the school dance' when all the teenagers start kissing and everyone gets sentimental.
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