Jimmy Brown - 19th Aug 2014

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.  

PRO Credits

Credits

GafferNick Platt
DirectorJoe Connor
Production AssistantKate Brady
1st ADChristopher Caddy
Director of PhotographyDan Lightening
1st ACDaniel McPake
Camera AssistantDan Cooper
ProducerNick Crossley
ElectricianChris Sarginson
Hair & Make-upBrooke Wylie
Production TeamSimon Stannard, Tom McGuire, Kyle Bell, Louis Trainor Selwyn, Billy Offland, Dan Harkin
OfflineIan McLaughlin
ColouristIan McLaughlin
CommissionerJohn Moule

Jimmy Brown - 19th Aug 2014

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