Sam Hill - 1st Nov 2012

Francis Wallis gets romantic about youth and the countryside for Rousseau’s In Good Company, with the band and their friends living the bucolic dream. Beautifully shot in Wales, it covers the best things the British countryside has to offer – nice walks, dogs, cider, shooting and motorbikes.

Francis said: “What I really wanted to do with this was not only reflect many of the notions mentioned in the track, but also try to capture a genuine and real sense of excitement and fun. The fact that we had a pretty rad bunch of people pop down as well as cider pretty much on tap from the local brewery I’m sure added to the feel. I knew if we gathered the right crowd and put them in the right conditions we’d get the right shots.”

PRO Credits


DirectorFrancis Wallis
ProducerStella Scott
Director of PhotographyMatt North
ColouristNed Al-Astrabadi
Director's RepresentationJen Herrera

Sam Hill - 1st Nov 2012

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