Cat Velez - 18th Mar 2016

Radical Friend revs up the heart-rate with this unhinged ultraviolet-lit clip for US punk/hiphop outfit Ho99o9 (pronounced Horror)'s track Blood Waves. It sees bandmates theOGM and Eaddy's notoriously aggressive, in-your-face performance, in disjointed flashes of neon and raw energy. Not for the epileptic.

Doubling up as a promo for the new Converse 'Chuck II' shoe, the brand has also released an interactive version of the video that changes from shadow to neon depending on the lighting of your environment, which is detected through your webcam.

Credits

Make-upWill Lemon
DirectorRadical Friend
ProducerJeremy Hartman
Director of PhotographyTodd Banhazl
Art DirectionRenaud Deschamps
Art DirectionTyler Jensen
Production CompanyLEGS Media
WardrobeMindy Lebrock
Head Of ProductionSara Greco
Executive ProducerAdam Joseph
Executive ProducerPhillip Fox-Mills
Director's RepresentationLock It In

Cat Velez - 18th Mar 2016

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