Sway Clarke II ft. Tink 'Secret Garden' by Eoin Glaister
Eoin Glaister follows up his dance-filled drive for Catfish & The Bottlemen with a morning stroll through the city with Sway Clarke II, on his way home after a big night and contemplating a big decision, in the video for Secret Garden.
Sway is a very likeable hero in Eoin's characteristically quirky version of real life, where Tink's featured performance is lipsynced by the laundrette lady, and the song gets interrupted as Sway takes some solid advice on the phone from his dad. And it ends with a twist that'll make you think.
|Executive Producer||Jess Bell|
|1st AD||Johonny Zurita|
|Director of Photography||Joe Mannion|
|Focus Puller||Felix Schmilinsky|
|2nd AC||Guy Gotto|
|Art Director||Alice Andrews|
|Other credits||Sound: Will Graham Spark: Will Harding Playback: Adam Lovelock Design Assistant: Georgia Gendall DIT: Daniel Turner Runners: Dom Brown / Eduard Vijulie / Dale Chapman / Gianpiero Vannucci|
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