Following up their fairly riotous vid for We Were Children, Mickey Voak and Dan White get back together with Tribes for Sappho, and some more entertaining carousing around Camden Town. Which …
Magalie 'Love Criminal' by John Turner
John Turner follows up his video for Magalie's Love Kiss with a high energy song-and-dance piece for the up-and-coming Anglo-Mauritian popster's Love Criminal.
With Magalie fronting her gang of Love Criminal dancers, John adds a visceral edge to her fresh pop sound.
|Production Company||Passion Pictures|
|Executive Producer||Dan Scott-Croxford|
|1st AD||Ben Burton|
|Director of Photography||Will Humphries|
|Focus Puller||Frankie Ferrari|
|2nd AC||Elliot Purvis|
|Art Director||Guy Thompson|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Grading company||Absolute Post|
|Lead actor||Alex Pinder, Kevin Keti, Charlie Harding|
|Other credits||Lighting Desk Op: Matt Hickin Spark: John Antil, Christian Hays PA: Rishi Hindocha Runners: Thomas Cranstoun, Kingsley Bailey, Delphi Lythgoe Make Up Assistant: Kerri Ewart Wardrobe Assistant: Julia Gunning Art Dept. Assistant: Natasha Martone|
See what happens when an eager flashmob takes to the street to catch the band perform from a rooftop in London's Camden Town...
A straight-ahead rock 'n roll performance vid for Tribes' When My Day Comes directed by Mickey Voak and Dan White - their third video for the band after We Were Children and Sappho.
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