Porches performs an enchanting live version of his lovely song Goodbye at Metropolis Studios, captured in one take by Libby Burke Wilde.
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Jack Lightfoot's latest live performance video is for Tom Walker's Leave A Light On, shot at Angel Studios in Islington, London, and featuring Walker performing with a string quartet.
The first of three live sessions by Gavin James shot at the legendary Rivoli Ballroom in south east London, directed by Raja Virdi in his now-customary one-take style.
This one was lensed by live session veteran Brett Turnbull, executing Virdi's idea to the highest standard using vintage Mole Beam lights from Panalux, with intricate Steadicam movement by Josh Brooks.
Singer-songwriter Etham delivers a heartfelt performance of his song Better Now in Raja Virdi's latest one-shot live video, shot at The Crypt in London.
DoP David Wright shot this on a MOVI using vintage anamorphic Cooke XTAL lenses, which gives the piece a warm, cinematic feel.
This is the first of three tracks captured at an intimate live session with Niall Horan ahead of the release of his debut solo album, shot at Cato Studios, London.
Director Jack Lightfoot says: "Those who know me know I typically like my music like I don't like my shopping bags - heavy. But I enjoy working with all genres, and genuinely loved this session and the tracks we recorded".
Huse Monfaradi delivers a live-performance video for Rag'n'Bone Man's stripped-back anthem Grace, shot at Real World Studios in Bath - introduced with the closing moments of another far less intimate live performance: his triumphant 'homecoming' show at the Brighton Dome.
Shaun James Grant's latest live video project is this double live performance for JP Copoper's Vevo Lift UK campaign, shot on location in Manchester - where JP was born and raised.
Both Performances weere shot in one day at two different locations, and both peformances were shot completely live, using hidden microphones around each space.
Colin Solal Cardo brings Phoenix to the extraordinary Teatro Bibiena in Mantova, Italy to shoot his latest live music video for La Blogothèque. And as with previous works for Metronomy and others, this is a one-take, single camera move video, shot on 35mm.
It's a beautiful thing, in every way.