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Magnetic Man’s Getting Nowhere feat. John Legend by Diamond Dogs

Magnetic Man’s Getting Nowhere feat. John Legend by Diamond Dogs

Jimmy Brown - 20th Jan 2011

Medieval myth comes to East London in a modern guise as the terrors of the age are represented by a group of faceless hooded youths - the four BMX riders of the Apocalypse.

Medieval myth comes to East London in a modern guise as the terrors of the age are represented by a group of faceless hooded youths - the four BMX riders of the Apocalypse. They are also accompanied by the real thing too - an awesome Apocalyptic horseman - in this very moody and menacing portrait of inner city life for Magnetic Man and John Legend's Getting Nowhere by Diamond Dogs - a radical change of tone from Phil Sansom and Olly Williams's usual lighthearted style. Shot around Docklands, this is grim, forboding, and very impressive indeed - with great photography by Robbie Ryan.

They are also accompanied by the real thing too - an awesome Apocalyptic horseman - in this very moody and menacing portrait of inner city life for Magnetic Man and John Legend's Getting Nowhere by Diamond Dogs - a radical change of tone from Phil Sansom and Olly Williams's usual lighthearted style.

Medieval myth comes to East London in a modern guise as the terrors of the age are represented by a group of faceless hooded youths - the four BMX riders of the Apocalypse. They are also accompanied by the real thing too - an awesome Apocalyptic horseman - in this very moody and menacing portrait of inner city life for Magnetic Man and John Legend's Getting Nowhere by Diamond Dogs - a radical change of tone from Phil Sansom and Olly Williams's usual lighthearted style. Shot around Docklands, this is grim, forboding, and very impressive indeed - with great photography by Robbie Ryan.

Shot around Docklands, this is grim, forboding, and very impressive indeed - with great photography by Robbie Ryan.

Medieval myth comes to East London in a modern guise as the terrors of the age are represented by a group of faceless hooded youths - the four BMX riders of the Apocalypse. They are also accompanied by the real thing too - an awesome Apocalyptic horseman - in this very moody and menacing portrait of inner city life for Magnetic Man and John Legend's Getting Nowhere by Diamond Dogs - a radical change of tone from Phil Sansom and Olly Williams's usual lighthearted style. Shot around Docklands, this is grim, forboding, and very impressive indeed - with great photography by Robbie Ryan.

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Director
Diamond Dogs
Producer
Lucy Booth
Production Company
HSI London

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Director of Photography
Robbie Ryan

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Art Director
Olly Williams

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Hannah Glossop

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Phil Sansom

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Semera Khan

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