Paolo Nutini 'Scream (Funk My Life Up)' by Nez
It's shot in and around Hollywood, but Nez's video for Paolo Nutini's Scream (Funk My Life Up) is not about the glamour. It's about shining a light on its shabby underbelly. Paolo's fellow performers are real Hollywood characters, who haven't tasted much success in Tinseltown. But it isn't a grim portrayal of the has-beens and the never-weres either - it's a celebration.
Like Iron City, the other song just released from Paolo Nutini's new album Caustic Love, Scream (Funk My Life Up) highlights the singer's soulful growl and a sound that owe a big debt to Sixties R&B. Nez's video also has a nostalgic feel, but from a different era, back when Romanek and Corbijn were mixing pop and the street and making art.
|Director of Photography||Andrew Wheeler|
|Director's Representation||Joceline Gabriel|
|Executive Producer||Matthew Fone|
|Production Manager||Laure Salgon|
|1st AD||Ryan Orenstein|
|Editing company||Stitch Editing|
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