The Courteeners 'How Good It Was' by Joe Connor
Joe Connor showed how to transform a standard band performance video into something creatively graphic with his video for Paul Weller's Brand New Toy earlier this year - now he's done the same thing for The Courteeners.
In his video for the Middleton foursome rocking new single How Good It Was - from their newly released fourth album Concrete Love – Joe turns a studio performance into an orgy of psychedelic solarisation, silhouettes and cool edits – all framed in an old-school aspect ratio.
|Production Assistant||Kate Brady|
|1st AD||Christopher Caddy|
|Director of Photography||Dan Lightening|
|1st AC||Daniel McPake|
|Camera Assistant||Dan Cooper|
|Hair & Make-up||Brooke Wylie|
|Production Team||Simon Stannard, Tom McGuire, Kyle Bell, Louis Trainor Selwyn, Billy Offland, Dan Harkin|
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