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CockNBullKid’s Hold On To Your Misery by Elisha Smith-Leverock
To match the Glee-esque pop tones of Hold On To Your Misery, Elisha Smith-Leverock delivers an overtly cute promo for CockNBullKid's next single.
"The idea behind the video was to do something fun and idiosyncratic but yet true to the meaning of the song," Elisha explains. "For me the little girls in the video represent the emotions and different facets of Cocknbullkid's personality that she is singing about.
"Musically the track evoked strong associations to the motown sound of the late 60's and early 70's. This made me think of TV performances with their bold colored sets and choreographed backing dancers. I wanted to include elements of this in the video as well as letting the camera work having a certain 'live' feel.
|Director of Photography||Steve Annis|
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