Jimmy Brown - 6th Aug 2014

Fresh from their Glastonbury headlining slot, Kasabian and director Alex Courtes deliver this thrilling epic-scale promo to new single Bumblebee. 

The video sees the band performing the song in front of an excited, charging audience - using shots of a pack of dogs as a powerful metaphor - and is characterised by some beautiful slo-mo sequences including frontman Tom Meighan diving into the crowd, all beautifully and expertly captured by DP Steve Annis.

PRO Credits


DirectorAlex Courtès
Production CompanyDivision
ProducerJules de Chateleux
Line ProducerAurelie Bruneau
Director of PhotographySteve Annis
1st ADMark Zarka
EditorNicholas Larrouquere
Post SupervisorClémence Cuvelier
Post production companyMathematic
StylistElise Bouquet
LabelSony Music
CommissionerMike O'Keefe

Jimmy Brown - 6th Aug 2014

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