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KT Tunstall 'Feel It All' by Alex Kemp
Taken from her Invisible Empire // Crsecent Moon set, KT Tunstall joins forces with Alex Kemp for the promo to the album version of Feel It All - premiered on the The Telegraph website.
Shot on the Canon 1DC and with striking make-up from Gina Blondell and her team, Alex's intimate promo finds a sombre-looking KT wandering the streets as she reminisces before hooking up with friends for an impromtu rave-up...
"The brief I was sent had some ideas that KT was keen on seeing in the treatment. Luckily for me her ideas were great, and I wasn't faced with a honesty conundrum.
"I wanted to explore ideas of the walking dead, escapism and raving, and the vibe of the track felt quite sombre, so we decided to reflect this by using slo-mo as well as embracing the low light conditions of shooting almost entirely night-time exterior.
"I was lucky enough to be able to reunite with the wonderful James Miller and his mad lens whacking skills, which add fantastical, dreamy tones to specific transitional scenes in the video."
|Production Company||Day For Night Films|
|Assistant Producer||Vijay Sisodia|
|Production Assistant||Raphaele Kranjcevic|
|Director of Photography||James Miller|
|1st AC||Ashley Cutmore|
|Art Director||Miles Roberts|
|Assistant Art Director||Jess Esmond|
|1st AD||Tommy Edwards|
|Special Thanks||Bold Tendancies|
|Special Thanks||Sullivan Buses|
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