Luke Tierney - 29th July 2014

Interpol's monochrome performance, directed by band frontman Paul Banks and Sophia Peer is intercut with jawdropping surfer footage in the video for All The Rage Back Home.  

The energy of the musical performance and the surfing (the footage coming from a number of sources) play off each other, and the dark tones of both bring them together. The effect is mesmerizing. 


DirectorPaul Banks & Sophia Peer
ProducerJess Cohen
Production CompanyCoco Collective
Director of PhotographyMilos Jacimovic
EditorWinston Case & Paul Banks
Production ManagerTara Bassim
Camera operatorTravis Libin
1st ACMike Sutter
2nd ACJoe Labate
DITJonathan Minard
GafferFreddy Cintron
GripAtsushi Takaoka
Best Boy ElectricianDarcy Schlitt
SwingLisa Itabashi
GripDrew Elias
PlaybackChristopher Keyes
StylistKate Stein
Hair & Make-upJustine Sweetman
Set PADeno Williams
Set PAMarcus Del Vallem
PhotographerPip Cowley
VFXUros Perisic
ColouristNikola Mrdalj
Other creditsSurfer Footage: Jack McCoy / Blake Kueny and John John Florence / LEAF and Isaac Zoller

Luke Tierney - 29th July 2014

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