Record producer Chaney, aka musician Theo Altieri, has teamed up with Bez from rock band Happy Mondays to create a psychedelic video filmed in Swindon.

The single My House is taken from Chaney's recently released EP #SaveSwindon and the video is based on the story of the song, with Bez starring as a disgruntled neighbour.

Chaney said: “My House is a song that lyrically really lends itself to obvious visuals, and the video is based around a heightened/exaggerated version of myself being a homeowner. Freaking your neighbours out is one thing, but when your neighbour is BEZ - it leaves you unsure whether he might come knocking to demand you turn the music down, or with a bottle of brandy asking to join the party!”

The former St Catherine's Primary School pupil was influenced by his big brother Ben, when they were growing up in Stratton, and his dad Ash, who had been a drummer.

Ben played guitar and was lead singer in a band called The Streams so Chaney joined his brother's band as drummer - he was just nine years of age.

The young musician soon took up guitar, bass and ukulele and by the time he was 13 was writing and arranging his own songs. He supported known names such as Babyshambles, Roses Kings Castles and Paul Carrack.

Along with his songwriting Chaney began to look at dance music, messing about with loops and beats in the basement of his parents home, but he says it was a close encounter with Primal Scream's Screamadelica that inspired his current sound, mixing melody with rave.

"I always had an interest in producing music and bought production software and started playing around with different types of music,'' he said.

Last year Chaney, by then 20 years of age and working as a record producer, heard the story about the Noel Gallagher look-a-like who was going around Swindon licking windows.

His pal Jordan O'Sullivan was a huge Oasis fan so they got together to create Chaney's first video, based on the story. The video included visits to the Country Ground, Magic Roundabout and Dotty's cafe in Swindon.

"NME premiered the video which was great and it had a brilliant reaction,'' he said.

Now Chaney is hoping that his latest filming venture, with the percussionist from the Madchester hit band Happy Mondays, will be equally a success. "My House is a combination of experiences, visiting your friend's new homes, houses, university halls and also the memories of that slightly psychotic neighbour that lives on your cul-de-sac, maybe that's me when I get my dream house.''

The musician believes in giving people a voice. "Without being too rock n roll about it I think people need someone genuine to come through,'' he said. - Flicky Harrison

My House video by Chaney and Bex