David Knight - 13th Jan 2015

Who would have thought it? We all know that Noel Gallagher is not a great fan of making music videos. If we didn't suspect it from the wooden performances in some of his previous videos, his hilarious commentary for the Oasis DVD compilation a few years ago confirmed it.

But now comes this - an absolutely brilliant music video for Ballad Of The Mighty I, directed by John Hardwick.

And it's all about Noel's performance. Through his skill as a director - and possibly the application of some good old fashioned common sense – John Hardwick has achieved a sort of alchemy. He's turned the famous Gallagher antipathy to making videos into a positive, and into pure gold. 

PRO Credits

Credits

WardrobePoppie Clinch
DirectorJohn Hardwick
Executive ProducerJamie Clark
Production ManagerMikael Nakkas
1st ADMatt Bell
Director of PhotographySam Care
Focus PullerKarl Hui
2nd ACSean Kisch
GafferBarry Keegan
Art DirectorOlivia Young
ProducerShabana Mansuri
HairGemma Stafford
Make-upGemma Stafford
CommissionerCarrie Sutton
LabelSour Mash Records
SteadicamJames Layton
OctocopterFlyonix
GripFelix Milburn Foster
Lead actorDylan Edwards, Jessica Ellerby, Dean Roberts, Michael Seed
EditorBen Unwin

David Knight - 13th Jan 2015

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