From interrogation to broken nation, There's Nothing Good About Britain
The Crowns & Owls-directed promo for Slowthai's new track pays tribute to Kubrick classic A Clockwork Orange.
Brexit, as we all know, has been a long and tortuous process – but English rapper Slowthai takes that analogy to wince-inducing extremes in his latest video, Nothing Good About Britain.
Full of thinly veiled references to the current political crisis, the video, directed by Crowns & Owls, sees the rapper undergoing a brutal interrogation, including the infamous Ludovico Technique from Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, by sinister government officials. Luckily, Skepta - who guest-appears on the track - shows up armed with a baseball bat and backed by an army of red-cloaked soldiers.