David Knight - 15th Oct 2013

MIles Bingham, who made an uplifting debut video for Silent Devices' Una a few months back has followed up for another low budget video for an unsigned band, Red Drapes' Dirty Windows. But as the name of the song suggests, this one is more downbeat.

The song is all about being stuck in rubbish, dead-end jobs – so we see various men slumped in deep depression, heads sunk under their arms, while the tops of their heads are singing the track.

Miles clearly knows a lot of baldies – and it is an idea that sustains throughout, so long as you appreciate a certain type of English misanthropy.

Credits

DirectorMiles Bingham
ProducerMiles Bingham
EditorMiles Bingham
Director of PhotographyTom Turley
Art DirectorMiles Bingham
Lead actorJames Coates, James Humph, Brian Smith
ColouristDan Moran
VFXJack Stone
Other creditsClaire Cullen (post Producer At Big Buoy) Joe Henderson (camera Assistant)

David Knight - 15th Oct 2013

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