A fashion film by Paul Gore for the debut ASOS "Black" menswear collection. Moody, atmospheric and beautifully shot, by Robbie Ryan.
The Noisettes’ Never Forget You by Paul Gore
Paul Gore's first video in ages is a pop vid par excellence for The Noisettes' Sixties-ish pop. It's stylish and cinematic. The gracefully derelict dancehall at Alexandra Palace makes for a lovely location for the performance parts, and it's beautifully shot by Rob Hardy. Nice car too.
Old school quality from Paul, for the girl with the mad hair.
|Director of Photography||Rob Hardy|
|Art Director||Gregg Shoulder|
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