Massive Attack, Tricky & 3D 'Take It There' by Hiro Murai
Massive Attack return with their first new music for over five years, and a video for the excellent Tricky-featured Take It There by Hiro Murai which is pretty much everything you could hope for.
The situation is familiar Murai territory - LA suburbia at night, shot naturally by DoP Larkin Sieple – into which comes the presence of a barely recognisable John Hawkes - shambling, decrepit, in a really bad way... and with his own personal band of demons.
And what appears like a dramatic set-up becomes something very music video - a bit like Thriller, even, through the joint, bleaker perspective of Massive Attack, Hiro Murai and choreographer Ryan Heffington. A match made in heaven.
|Executive Producer||Danielle Hinde|
|Director of Photography||Larkin Seiple|
|Production designer||Maxwell Orgell|
|Stylist||Mindy Le Brock|
|Casting director||Michael Beaudry|
|Lead actor||John Hawkes|
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