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Joshua Radin’s Brand New Day by Jon Watts

Joshua Radin’s Brand New Day by Jon Watts

Jimmy Brown - 16th June 2010

Faced with Joshua Radin's breezy and optimistic acoustic ballad Brand New Day, Jon Watts takes arguably the only possible approach to make it interesting and entertaining: he turns it into the worst day of the singer's life.

Faced with Joshua Radin's breezy and optimistic acoustic ballad Brand New Day, Jon Watts takes arguably the only possible approach to make it interesting and entertaining: he turns it into the worst day of the singer's life. Police harrassment, road accident, robbery, kidnapping and torture... Joshua is cynically, brutally (and enjoyably) victimised by the lot - all excellently photographed by DoP Matthew Santo. Joshua deserves a lot of credit for going with Jon's brand of black comedy, and ultimately the approach does underline his hopeful message. Sort of. Definitely made by a New Yorker.

Police harrassment, road accident, robbery, kidnapping and torture... Joshua is cynically, brutally (and enjoyably) victimised by the lot - all excellently photographed by DoP Matthew Santo.

Faced with Joshua Radin's breezy and optimistic acoustic ballad Brand New Day, Jon Watts takes arguably the only possible approach to make it interesting and entertaining: he turns it into the worst day of the singer's life. Police harrassment, road accident, robbery, kidnapping and torture... Joshua is cynically, brutally (and enjoyably) victimised by the lot - all excellently photographed by DoP Matthew Santo. Joshua deserves a lot of credit for going with Jon's brand of black comedy, and ultimately the approach does underline his hopeful message. Sort of. Definitely made by a New Yorker.

Joshua deserves a lot of credit for going with Jon's brand of black comedy, and ultimately the approach does underline his hopeful message. Sort of. Definitely made by a New Yorker.

Faced with Joshua Radin's breezy and optimistic acoustic ballad Brand New Day, Jon Watts takes arguably the only possible approach to make it interesting and entertaining: he turns it into the worst day of the singer's life. Police harrassment, road accident, robbery, kidnapping and torture... Joshua is cynically, brutally (and enjoyably) victimised by the lot - all excellently photographed by DoP Matthew Santo. Joshua deserves a lot of credit for going with Jon's brand of black comedy, and ultimately the approach does underline his hopeful message. Sort of. Definitely made by a New Yorker.

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Martha English
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Robert Ryang/PS260

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