Hot Chip, Hot City & Bernard Sumner’s Didn’t Know What Love Was by Andreas Nilsson
You've seen the posters, now watch the video. Hot Chip, New Order's Bernard Sumner and remixers Hot City team-up for Didn't Know What Love Was, and Andreas Nilsson has directed the peach of a promo.
All kinds of surreal stuff and nonsense of the Andreas variety involving multiple versions of the Hot Chip chaps, hairy drummers and switch-editing. But the star of the show is Barney Sumner, with shadow in tow: unashamedly middle-aged, but well cool.
It's all part of Converse's 3 Artists, 1 Song series - developed with creative agency Anomaly New York - as part of their bigger commitment to music. And there's a second Converse-sponsored video from Terri Timely on its way.
|Executive Producer||Jason Botkin|
|Director of Photography||Daniel Bronks|
|Art Director||Ben Ansell|
|Casting director||Sophie North|
|Director's Representation||Anomaly NY|
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