David Knight - 16th Nov 2010

Plenty of classic rock flavour to Ben Crook's intimate doc-style video for Kassidy - who are apparently obsessed with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and have that early Seventies Laurel Canyon look down to a tee.

Ben's camera follows the band around from studio to various live performances, looking like CSN&Y or Desperado-era Eagles, and its got an appropriately archive-like feel. But they're actually from Glasgow and the track is not so laid back: Oh My God is actually more of a rousing folk-pop number in the modern style.

Oh My God (Vertigo/Mercury)
Dir/Cam/DoP/Edit: Ben Crook
2nd Unit Camera: Dan Magee
Prod: Chris Massey
Prod Co: Skin Flicks
Commissioner: Laura Lewis
Watch: Quicktime movie

David Knight - 16th Nov 2010

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