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Automaton promo video released

Added on Friday 27 January 2017, 10:18 (GMT)

The Automaton promo video is now available to watch on the JamiroquaiVEVO YouTube channel.

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Prova automaton

Personally, I like it. The visuals match the overall feel of the music.

BTW, the tunnel sections were filmed at the disused 'Aldwych' station (formerly 'Strand' station) on the London Underground. It can be rented for filming. Digitaljournal.com have a good article on it and there is a clear photo of the poster that Jay studies at 1:43.
(Contributor since 1996!) :-)

Absolutely FANTASTIC - being a fan since 1992, this couldn't fit my current taste in music any better! :)

A true masterpeace!!!!

Can't wait to hear the new album!

Cheers from Austria ;)

I think the video makes the song. Wasn't sure about it before.

The video was filmed about 5miles away from me in Orford Ness in Suffolk

La intro me encanta... despuñes el riff principal cambia mucho... pero para lelgar a un estribillo excelente... lamanetablmente no me gusta para nada por ahora el riff principal de la cancion... veremos

Killer track, killer video. Fresh Jamiroquai music is a highlight of living. Thankyou.

Hats off to the Automaton hat designer. Genius.

I have already fed back my thoughts on the song/video in the Jamiroquai -Automaton Facebook group so won't repeat myself.

But interested to know where the beach scenes were filmed, could be Cornwall but based on Jays attire (or lack of) that would have been pretty cold.....

Any snippets on how much hat worth and whether there is a backup

Thank you J & the band for this masterpiece!
Always been my idol and I'm proud of it once again..
Lyrics are so full of hopes and destitute illusions that should be our anthem..

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