Palladium’s latest urban exploration film, “Battersea: Power of London”, follows UK-based singer-songwriter Eliza Doolittle as she explores South West London’s iconic, abandoned Battersea Power Station. Once a symbol of Britain’s power, the Battersea Power Station is one of London’s best known landmarks and cemented its place in pop culture as the cover art for Pink Floyd’s Animals album in 1977. The landmark has also served as a backdrop in countless films, including Guy Ritchie’s RocknRolla. On her journey, Eliza joins co-host Remi Kabaka of the Gorillaz to explore the historic location for before the building undergoes restoration. Also make sure to check out the boots from Palladium‘s new, rugged Enzyme Wash collection, featured in the video.
Get Updates Daily.
Follow our Twitter feed
We'll update you as we publish on our site. You'll get an update instantly!Follow @highsnobiety
Get Updates on Facebook
We'll bring our best stories and photos direct into your newsfeed.
Follow us on Instagram