Jimmy Brown - 2nd Mar 2015

Joe Rideout and a team of animators bring a humdrum tube journey to life as they head into suburbia with some cool paint effects in Joe's promo for Spector's Don't Make Me Wait.

Throughout the video we see into the commutors' minds with added footage depicting their thoughts contrasting their monochrome journey with colourful dreams...


"We shot this on a cold dark night at the beginning of winter on the district line in South West London. This is the first single from the band’s second album and we wanted it to feel like prelude.

"Imagining the journey the Warriors might have taken to get to Pelham Bay park, the band are on their way out during rush hour whilst the public are on their way home. In a reflective mood, they are at the start of a new journey. 

"The colours that come in towards the end of the video are a reference to the imagery surrounding the forthcoming album release. It was done by hand colouring 1500 paintings and photographing them to make a stop motion effect".


DirectorJoe Rideout
Director of PhotographyEoin McLoughlin
Focus PullerLami Okrekson
MoviMarcus Samperi
Hair & Make-upGeorgia Woodland
AnimationGabriel Bruce, Edward Quarmby, Alys Hale, Oscar Foster-Kane, Lizzie Walker, Raf Fellner, Joe Fox
Lead actorRose Easton, Martin Hadley, Asif Faruque, Lee Canham, Anna Berezina
Lead actorLizzie Walker, Stephen Walker, Alison Walker, Anne Archer, Leslie Louis-Jean, Carrie Sutton
Special ThanksDecode, Lisa Ward, Duncan Reid
LabelFiction Records
CommissionerCarrie Sutton

Jimmy Brown - 2nd Mar 2015

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