The Jezabels 'Pleasure Drive' by Max Hemmings
Australian indie rock band The Jezabels get a tad demonic in Max Hemmings' video for the song Pleasure Drive.
It sees lead singer Hayley Mary take the form of a vengeance demon, channeling some dark magic through a choreography she performs in the middle of a pub, where two scorned women argue with their cheating partners. Then, the womens' eyes go white like hers, before they in turn get their partners posessed... It's all a vicious circle, really.
|Production Company||Independent (with Support From Agile Films)|
|Production Manager||Rebecca Sherab|
|1st AD||Samuel Faull|
|Director of Photography||Tom Elliott|
|Focus Puller||Tommy Mcmahon|
|2nd AC||Marit de Bruijne|
|Art Director||Mimi Winsor|
|Hair & Make-up||Amy Moulsdale|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Lead actor||The Jezabels, Isaura Barbe-brown, Jan Rook, Jay Dufeal, Bruno Wizard, Saul|
|Label||The Jezabels / Custom Made|
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