The first of four single-take live sessions shot in one day at the incredible Church Studios for Gavin James, performing his most popular song Nervous – which recently hit 100 million plays on Spotify.
You are here
Jack Lightfoot follows up his three-song Kasabian session for Vevo Off The Record with this intimate staging of the Jarman brothers performing In Your Palace, from their new Steve Albini-produced album.
And Albini also mixed the audio here, which accounts for the unusually raw live sound.
Louis Bhose has captured the live version of Jack Steadman aka Mr Jukes's sample-based project God First as the ten strong band assembled to replicate the album onstage recorded a live album at the Church Studios in Crouch End, London.
Libby Burke Wilde employs her live experience to execute this intimate 16mm, one shot, performance piece for tipped Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi.
Dan Massie directs a stripped-back golden performance in the hills of Ibiza for Rudimental.
Shooting with a super-wide aspect ratio and a super-narrow timeframe, the stripped back performance captures the beauty of magic hour, and an intimacy that feels like a group of friends just hanging out and playing a song.
Raja Virdi captures compelling new talent Freya Ridings in a one-shot live performance video, performing a cover of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' wonderful Maps.
Jack Lightfoot presents three slick, dazzling live videos for Kasabian as part of Vevo's Off The Record series.
Aitor Throup and Sing J Lee have co-directed a wacky, masterfully executed live video for Kasabian's Are You Looking For Action?, harnessing the energy of live performance in a clip that was shot in Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in one continuous take on May 9th, and streamed live as it was shot on Facebook.