The 1975 'The Sound' by Tim Mattia
Bands in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, but Tim Mattia forces The 1975 to face the stones thrown at them. A colourful and confident performance video wherein the band find themselves caged by their critics - a bold move by director and band to wear the criticisms thrown at them like a big, pink badge of honour.
|Production Company||London Alley|
|Executive Producer||Jess Bell|
|Production Manager||Sandy Liddle|
|1st AD||George Nelson|
|Director of Photography||Dan Stafford-Clark|
|Focus Puller||Sam Ebrahim Riley|
|2nd AC||Marcia Sousa|
|2nd AD||Ben Keswick|
|Art Director||Guy Thompson|
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