Alpines are part of the new new wave of deeply cool electronica duos, and their video for killer debut Drive by Hope Audikana enhances their air of mystery with a not-quite negative photographic …
Alpines 'Cocoon' by Hope
A very stylish, even iconographic for Alpines' Cocoon by Ryan Hope. He directed the first Alpines video as half of Hope Audikana where the band were a mysterious non-presence. This is similarly stripped-back photographic, but this time he has the duo to work with - particularly strikingly attractive singer Catherine Pockson, the woman with the longest hair in synth-pop. And he makes the most of it with a conceptually strong, sophisticated pop video.
A great showcase for Alpines; a very impressive 'sophomore' effort for Hope's new solo career.
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Art Director||Andy Littlefair|
|2D Animator||Ben Claasen|
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