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Rizzle Kicks 'Tell Her' by The Lennox Bros
The Rizzle Kicks certainly know how to travel in style in The Lennox Bros' video for Tell Her - albeit in miniature style. Jordan and Harley speed across London in mini-monster trucks, model planes and tiny muscle cars while confessing their love to the world - and to the football pitch and the skate park.
The Lennox Bros say that idea has been lurking in their files for years, and they "waited until the right artist and track come along to use it." The fun-loving, and none-too-serious Rizzles' were the ideal choice.
|Director||The Lennox Bros|
|Production Company||Asylum Films|
|1st AD||Luke Goodrich|
|Director of Photography||Andy Parsons|
|Focus Puller||Jeremy Fusco|
|2nd AC||James Hills|
|Editor||The Lennox Bros|
|VFX||The Lennox Bros|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Other credits||Camera Assistant - Alex Harrison Drone Operator - Dale Mapleston Directors Assistant - Ruth Gibson|
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