Stanford's Scroobius Pip wins video award at Association of Independent Music awards

Scroobius Pip, left, with Thomas Coles, middle and Dan Le Sac, right.

Scroobius Pip, left, with Thomas Coles, middle and Dan Le Sac, right.

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Echo: Matt Abbott by , Chief Reporter

TALENTED spoken word poet and hip-hop artist Scroobius Pip walked away from the Association of Independent Music Awards with a gong for best independent video.

Scroobius Pip, real name David Meads, of Stanford-le-Hope won the award with co-artist Dan Le Sac for the video to their track You Will See Me.

The song was taken from the duo's latest, critically-acclaimed album Repent Replenish Repeat, which came out in October last year and was there 2013 Christmas single.

The seven-minute long video, directed by Thomas Coles, has more than 330,000 views on You Tube and shows Meads, 33, in a trashed room.

AIM is a not-for-profit trade body established in 1999 to represent the UK independent music 

Other winners at Tuesday's star-studded ceremony were London Grammar, who won two awards including Breakthrough Act of the Year.

Arctic Monkeys won Independent Album of the Year, while Sophie Ellis-Bextor won best live act.

You can watch the video below.



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