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Luke Tierney - 4th Sept 2014

Grimes is back with Go, and the video - co-directed by Grimes (aka Claire Boucher) with her brother Mac, under the monicker Roco-Prime - swings between the desert-set fantasy (picking up from her Brooke Candy-featuring video for Genesis), and Nineties-style day-go club footage, where Claire bears a passing resemblance to Lady GaGa. Or even Ray of Light-era Madonna. 

Inspired by everything from Dante's Inferno to X Men and Dune, as she explains on her tumblr, Claire is also credited as art director, stylist, editor and colourist on the video. That is what you call an artist in control.

Credits

DirectorRoco-Prime
Art DirectionClaire Boucher
Production CompanyWays & Means
Executive ProducerLana Kim & Jett Steiger
Line ProducerRachel Nederveld
Director of PhotographyKevin Phillips
GafferBrice Bradley
Key GripLee Winborn
Production designerMegan Fenton
HairSunnie Brook
Make-upAlicia Campbell
StylistClaire Boucher
WardrobeMary Pearson Andrew
EditorClaire Boucher
ColouristClaire Boucher
OnlineDerek Hansen, Sean Leonard
DancersHana Pestle, Natsuki Miya, Nikki Medrano, RRReymundo
1st ACJohn Ruiz, David Olaoniye
MoviLarkin Donley
Best Boy ElectricianGreg Simone
Dimmer OpDerek Hoffman
SwingAndrew SImone
GripJustin Langston, Ryan Lewis
Behind The ScenesMatt Miller
Art Department AssistantColin Kohler
Other creditsPAs: Roman Koval, Jose Morales, Jake Turrentine, Sam Raphael, Ashley Crews-Little Special Thanks: David Hayter, Iris Van Herpen, Rodarte, Manish Arora, Alexander Mcqueen, Roc Nation, Steve Madden, Lolita Lauren, Detroit Mad

Luke Tierney - 4th Sept 2014

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