Featuring James Lavelle and UNKLE and legendary freeriders Jeremy Jones and Xavier De Le Rue, 'Follow Me Down' explores a theme that anyone driven by some immeasurable passion will recognise — that there are no easy rides in life.
We travel to Antarctica, spurning the usual ‘heli-drop and ride’, big-mountain approach in search of the more visceral rewards that come with scaling each near-vertical face on foot. And we join UNKLE on tour in Tokyo, St. Petersburg and London, immersing ourselves in the uncompromising sounds and beliefs of a pioneering musical outfit that has strived to push the boundaries of artistic expression while retaining total integrity for close to 20 years.
The film vividly merges two disparate stories from entirely different worlds into one beautiful and compelling tribute to human perseverance.
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Just finished watching it. That serac calving on them, ugh. I'd be cleaning the shit out of my pants for weeks after. Good for a freebie, not fantastic. Too much back on forth on the music scene, which is not what I was watching this for. I'm sure it's vice a versa for fans of UNKLE. Thanks for posting it up.