The second Drenge video by Never Ending Fun sees them continue the deadpan counterintuitive approach they applied to the first one for Nothing. In this case Drenge's Loveless brothers play …
Drenge 'Nothing' by Never Ending Fun
Newly signed to Clever Pig Productions, directing collective Never Ending Fun translate the dirty rockness of Nothing by Sheffield duo Drenge in this hugely contrasting, surreal and highly watchable promo.
Four young ladies perform some choreographed skipping, taking on a unsettling tone when added to the mix of deserted swimming pools, half-filled baths, a brightly-lit community centre (overseen by a creepy instructor) and the awkward, distorted soundtrack...
|Director||Never Ending Fun|
|Production Company||Clever Pig Productions|
|Executive Producer||Mikey Levelle|
|Production Manager||Karolina Berkell-Kirk|
|Production Assistant||Julia Hjelmberg|
|Casting director||Jenny Appelgren|
|Director of Photography||Jack Wilkinson|
|Focus Puller||Jean-Pierre Zeito|
|Production designer||Sophie Winberg|
|Art Department Assistant||Frida Bernhardsson|
Get ready to watch a band of very handsome, well-dressed English fellows look off camera. A lot.
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