Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran 'Lay It All On Me' by Emil Nava

Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran 'Lay It All On Me' by Emil Nava
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Emil Nava has delivered this brooding black and white visual treatment for Rudimental's Lay It On Me featuring Ed Sheeran, from their second album We The Generation.

With an interesting photographic direction by DoP Will Bex, the clip speeds through rooms filled with various characters, including musicians, ballerinas, dogs, with clips of war tanks and explosions interspersed throughout - while vocalist Sheeran becomes a near-angelic presence.

It's an ambitious video dealing with the big themes, and goes as far as to spell them out, with words like "brotherhood," "struggle" and "love" flashing up on screen. 

 

 

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Director
Emil Nava
Producer
Rachel Rumbold
Production Company
London AlleyLondon Alley website
Executive Producer
Jess Bell
Director of Photography
Will Bex
Art Director
Mark Connell
Editor
Taylor Tracy
VFX
Gloria FX
Director's Representation
OB Management
Commissioner
Dan Curwin
Label
Atlantic
Stylist
Aimee Croysdill

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