Metromomy are reunited with Dan Brereton - director of their early videos and the more recent one for Hypnose – for the video for Reservoir. And this one is different than anything …
Porches 'Be Apart' by Daniel Brereton
Daniel Brereton has directed this cultish vision for New York-based band Porches, which sees them lounging around in a mansion house, sometimes together - other times apart - but not entirely there at all.
Playing on the opposite meanings of the chorus 'I want to be apart/I want to be a part of it all,' the bandmates are shown isolated from each other but also united by the same lethargy, wearing matching black outfits and drinking bottled milk around a pot of fake flowers. The scene is constructed and fake rendered all the more expressive of a group which is stunted and filled with longing.
|Executive Producer||Alex Bedford|
|Executive Producer||Ben Parkin|
|Line Producer||Imogen Rigby|
|1st AD||Kerry Green|
|Production Company||Dirty Films|
|Director of Photography||Rina Yang|
|Focus Puller||Kate Molins|
|2nd AC||Jonny Lewis|
|Art Director||Amy Stickland|
|Art Department Assistant||Esther Theaker|
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