Sam Hill - 12th Sept 2012

James says: "I've been working closely with the 1975 since their inception, and basically these videos were made on a really tiny budget as it's the bands first release. The aim was to make the four videos work together as a simple series, I tried to maintain a certain style throughout all the videos to compliment this particular EP as a whole.

"They are a band who really care about their aesthetic and see their videos as an important part of this, hopefully these four videos are a simple first step in working together with them to create more ambitious projects as the band develops."

The 1975
Directed, shot and edited by James Booth Watch here

The City
Directed and edited by James Booth
DOP: Adam Scarth
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Directed and edited by James Booth,
Camera: James Booth and Adam Scarth
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Directed, shot and edited by James Booth
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Watch 'The 1975 'Facedown EP' by James Booth' here


Director of PhotographyJames Booth
Director of PhotographyAdam Scarth

Sam Hill - 12th Sept 2012

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