Siouxsie And The Banshees are one of the few surviving bands from the Punk explosion of the late 1970s.  During the early part of 1983, Siouxsie and Budgie, the Banshee drummer, formed The Creatures and recorded an album, 'Feast'.  'Right Now' is the second hit single taken from that album.

The first was 'Miss The Girl', a strange, eerie song utilising percussion instruments and voice only.  The video was unofficially banned by the BBC, supposedly because of its sado-masochistic imagery.  This, however, didn't stop the single from becoming a UK top 20 hit.

'Right Now' was originally a hit for Mel Tormé, that American singing sensation of the '60s.  The Creatures have applied their own unique style to their version, and lots of gold paint on themselves in the video.

Directed by Tim pope, and shot by cameraman Brian Lofus at Blandford Studios, London, the video for 'Right Now' is a masterpiece of exotic Egyptian-style imagery.  The incredible make-up Siouxsie and Budgie sport was applied by Beryl Lerman, and the stunning back drops were created by Da Gama Design.

Truly, one of the most visually stunning and imaginative videos of 1993 

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