Beirut 'No No No' by Brother Willis
Beirut's return brings with this playful new video for No No No from former General Assembly member Adam Willis – now trading under the monicker of Brother Willis. And in the spirit of a song with lots of negatives in the title, it's a video where things go very wrong in an very entertaining fashion.
Composed as a hotchpotch of 'outtakes' from a chaotic shoot, with the video repeatedly cutting to a new take, it develops in absurd and strange ways, as stuffed animals and breadsticks get used as brass instruments, feet play the piano, the drummer starts drinking on the job and the singer develops a fever. So bad, it's really good...
|Production Company||Honey Badger|
|Executive Producer||Gower Frost|
|Director of Photography||Zachary Galler|
|Production designer||Jade Healy|
|Production designer||Ian Salter|
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