Cat Velez - 19th May 2015

Australian artist Josef Salvat established his persona in his previous clip Hustler as a flighty ne'er-do-well who's not to be trusted. Now in this excellent video for Till I Found You by Darío Peña, the enigmatic bad-boy emerges at the beginning as the survivor of a street corner knife-fight. And then he seems to be yearning for redemption.

The video, which is peppered with Christian symbols of salvation throughout, follows Salvat, haunted by his violent past, leaving the city by motorbike for the relative safety of the countryside. But things aren't quite what they seem - and the unseen subject of the song starts to cast a big shadow... 

Credits

DirectorDarío Peña
Production CompanyCanada London
CommissionerLaura Clayton
Executive ProducerOscar Romagosa
Head Of ProductionAlba Barneda
ProducerLaura Serra Estorch
1st ADTxesma Lasa
Production ManagerBlanca Ballesté
Director of PhotographyMiquel Prohens
Art DirectorAna Gale
StylistVinyet Escobar
StylistMaria Combalia
Make-upElisenda Amorós
StillsEskenaziencursiva
Casting directorLane Casting
LabelSony Music

Cat Velez - 19th May 2015

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