Directed by Nabil
Directed by Taylor Cohen
Purchase the track here. “You were my sunbeam when skies are dark.”
You will not be expecting this … hit play. Directed by Daniel Wirtberg.
This is slightly old news, but as it has yet to surface officially it’s still worthy.
Yukimi, is this your directorial debut?
Directed and Produced: Ewan Jones Morris & Casey Raymond
Memory sequence created by Ben Pridmore
Pterodactyl: Tioney Watson
Old Man: Ray Morrow
Street Fighter: Sera Jyackaman
Monkey Operator: Toby Philpott
Pop Singer: Erin Richards
Italian: Frank Roselaar Green
Viking: Kwam Hung Chang
Man in Iron Mask: Clint Edwards
Operators: Jess Balla, Murray Ward, Henry Cole, Steve Lucas
DOP: Nicholas Booth
Steadicam Operator: Tom English
Focus Puller: Jay Oxley
Gaffer: Mark Holownia
Lighting Assistants: Cyrus Mirza Shafa and Jeb Hawkins
Costume: Leila Headon
Costume Assistant: Jordan Bentley
Hair and Make Up: Stanley Simpson Wells
Production Manager: Greg Mothersdale
1st AD: Delmi Thomas
Executive Producer: Dave Graham
Production Company: Crossfire Productions
Video Commissioner: Chris Scott
I’m ever so slightly in love with this take on “Ritual Union”, and the Jimmy Fallon live version, to boot. Beautiful photography and a superb visual accompaniment to the song and its lyrics.
Are you ready for this? I’ve been absurdly excited for much too long, and here we finally are: the music video to Little Dragon’s delightful track “Brush The Heat”, directed by Yukimi’s father, Yusuke Nagano. Watch it, spread the word. Can we go viral? Maybe not, but it’s worth every shot.
FADER had this to say, “Little Dragon’s “Brush The Heat” video was animated by lead singer Yukimi’s father Yusuke Nagano and his creative partner OLGA. Over the down-tempo album track, Yusuke phases Yukimi in and out of half-animated frames. At one point, her bandmates’ heads close in around her like a talking Mount Rushmore. Does Sweden always nurture nuclear family collaboration or is this father-daughter collaboration is exclusive to the Naganos? We’re actually a little jealous, considering the majority of our child-parent bonding involves camping in front of the TV watching Dancing With The Stars.”