A video accompanies the collection’s release, shot by Ozzie Pullin. Drifting dreamily between Pizzorno in a recording studio, a park in Leicester and on stage at Isle of Wight, he describes it as an “ethereal, electronic, machine-like process.” Set to a bespoke track and voiceover by Pizzorno, the video captures the juxtaposition between intimacy and performance, the private and public spaces that he inhabits as a creative and a performer. “It’s tranquil, and then it flashes to 50,000 people going insane. It’s kind of the story of the two worlds.” It’s a glimpse into a rarefied world, matched only by the rarity of the jackets themselves. Only 99 ponchos have been made, and those fast enough to cop one will find that it also comes with a book featuring exclusive photographs shot by Kasabian’s photographer Neil Bedford.