Jesse John Jenkins takes the classic one-shot, one-take promo and delivers a captivating video for Pale’s Too Much – then puts the whole thing in reverse.
Bastille 'Pompeii' (Directors Cut) by Jesse John Jenkins
Shot over two days in LA and Palm Springs, Bastille singer Dan Smiths flees Los Angeles and its strange-eyed inhabitants to the calmer confines of the desert in Jesse John Jenkins' promo for Pompeii.
Producer Brett Webb explains: "Jesse wanted to capture the dramatic change in landscape you can get in California going from LA to the desert".
At the time of writing, Pompeii is currently number 2 in the UK singles chart with their debut album sitting pretty at both number 1 and 2 on Itunes.
|Director||Jesse John Jenkins|
|Executive Producer||Claire Stubbs|
|Colourist||Luke Morrison @ The Mill|
|Special Thanks||Kieran Mithani|
|Executive Producer||Jeff Pantaleo|
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