Kodaline 'Brother' by Stevie Russell

Kodaline 'Brother' by Stevie Russell
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The return of Kodaline also heralds the return of Stevie Russell, their regular music video collaborator, with a tale that might just be his most heart-rending work yet.

It starts in the darkest circumstances, at the funeral of a child. The focus is on another child, the younger brother of the recently deceased, who at first seems oblivious to the enormity of the situation.

What follows is a poignant supernatural tale. The older brother (and he's the spitting image of the younger one) comes back, for a night of play. And the viewer always knows, what the little boy cannot, that the magic and joy is temporary.

Concisely told - and this is edited by music video editing legend Tony Kearns - Russell's video is about the stages of grief, which must start when when you move on from the stage of denial.

Credits

Director
Stevie RussellStevie Russell website
Producer
Michael Donnelly
Production Company
MDV
Production Manager
Dawn Mcallister
1st AD
Craig Kenny
Director of Photography
Piers McGrail
Art Director
Kate Moylan
Wardrobe
Sj Ffrench O'carroll + Karen O'mahoney
Make-up
Julie-anne Ryan
Editor
Tony Kearns
Colourist
Gary Curran
Post production company
Pirana Bar
Post Producer
Marc Long
VFX
Aaron Inglis
Cast
Luke + Lee O'donoghue
Commissioner
Elisabeth Doonan
Label
Sony Music

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