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Tuesday 28 April 2015

Emma Rigby stars in Union video

Emma Rigby stars in The Union video
Emma Rigby stars in The Union video

Emma Rigby stars as a vampire in a new music video for The Union.

The former Hollyoaks actress plays a mysterious woman rocking out to the track Tonight I'm Alive as she does her make-up in a gothic room filled with candles

Guitarist Luke Morley said: "We were delighted Emma was up for being in the video. My wife worked with Emma on Prisoner's Wives and, when it turned out Emma was a fan of our last album, she was the natural person to ask."

He added: "Pete and I are barely in the video - which isn't a bad thing!"

Blonde Emma transforms herself into a dark-haired rock chick who turns up in the band's dressing room as they come off stage.

Lead singer Peter Shoulder said: "The video is quite unlike anything we've done before. There's a twist at the end of it, but you'll have to watch it find out what that is!"

The video can be viewed at http://youtu.be/Rv9r7hlyVv0.

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