Cat Velez - 27th July 2015

Hayley Young's new video for Vance Joy's Fire And The Flood gives expression to the lyrics by slowly revealing a scene of destruction and then the reason for it.

It starts with a smooth shot of the Australian singer-songwriter leading the viewer through a Manhattan apartment showing subtle signs of disarray. But when a young woman appears, sitting amongst the debris of broken frames and ornaments, it suggests we might be looking at a scene of domestic violence after the fact. But when the action throws itself into reverse it shows that she in fact is the bat-wielding cause of the chaos...


DirectorHayley Young
ProducerMat Hollis
Production CompanyBLVD Industries
Executive ProducerJason Valen
Director of PhotographyMike Simpson
EditorGabriel Wrye
Grading companyMpc Los Angeles
CommissionerAlex Bittan
OnlineCulley Bunker

Cat Velez - 27th July 2015

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