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Enter Shikari 'Redshift' by Mike Tyler

Cat Velez - 14th Jan 2016

Following up Mike Tyler's last two collaborations with Enter Shikari for Anaesthetist and Torn Apart, Redshift is even larger and more epic in scale. Made up of captivating satellite footage and timelapse sequences of cloud formations and starry skies, the video successfully captures the band's fascination with - and contemplation of - the cosmos.

That is, until everything ends in beyond-apocalyptic fashion...

MIKE TYLER:

"When I first head Redshift I immediately thought that this was a track that needed a video with some scale to it. You can’t have a song about the vastness of space without a video that tries to bring that as well.

"I thought it would be fun to realise the fears everyone had a little while back about the Large Hadron Collider accidentally creating a black hole that would consume the Earth (which fortunately could never happen). The track has a massive ending which seemed perfect for some apocalyptic chaos, and the Shikari boys delivered some of their usual epic performances which made the whole thing work. Big love to the excellent crew who worked really hard and were a dream to work with."

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  • Director's notes
  • Stock footage
  • VFX
  • Rock
  • Cosmos
  • Timelapse
  • Nature
  • Footage
  • Satellite

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Credits

Production/Creative

Director
Mike Tyler
Producer
Harvey Ascott
Production Manager
Natalie Taylor
1st AD
Dan Gibling

Camera

Director of Photography
Jon Ilnes
Focus Puller
James Woodmass
2nd AC
Drew Tate

Lighting/Grip

Gaffer

Art

Art Director
Ana Gold

Wardrobe

Make-up
Sophie Cox

Editorial

Editor
Mike Tyler

Grading

Colourist
Richard Fearon
Colour grade company
MPC

Agent

Director's Representation

Commission

Commissioner
Sean Mayo
Label
PIAS

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