by Andrew MacGregor
Whenever DAVID hears 'Aylesbury', he's reminded of a sketch from 'A Bit of Fry & Laurie' where a secret agent complains about betrayal and "half-arsed operations" in the Buckinghamshire town. Now there's competition in the form of 'Aylesbury Boy' by Baxter Dury— son of Ian and a reputable musician in his own right.
As Dury delivers lyrics such "And all the posh kids go, "Yah"" with a sardonic London drawl, director Noel Paul crafts a promo that's half Mighty Boosh, half public school disco. We love how the young cast tackle Dury to the ground in their uniforms, interspersed with shots of a hairy devil with serious snake hips.
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