Stereo Kicks 'Love Me So' by Urban Ström
Urban Ström takes on the eight-strong boyband Stereo Kicks (yes, they are the Octoband) for this performance promo for their song Love Me So.
With emough emotive solos for everyone, slow-motion partying and closeups of the youthful bunch, and even a storyline of a troubled girl, Urban does sterling work in creating a suitably swoon-worthy video for irs target audience.
|Production Manager||Jennifer Gelin|
|Production Company||Nice & Polite|
|Director of Photography||Marcus Domleo|
|Focus Puller||Richard Jones|
|1st AD||Daniel Smith|
|2nd AD||Robert Cobbina|
|Hair & Make-up (Artist)||Jackie Tyson|
|Stylist (Artist)||Rikki Finlay|
|Hair & Make-up (cast)||Frankie Neal|
|Stylist (cast)||Joseph Crone|
|Art Department||Miles Roberts|
|Casting director||Gemma Gurvitz|
|Grading company||Smoke & Mirrors|
|Post Producer||Lydia Evitt|
|Other credits||Trainee Electrician: Ryan Delhanty|
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