David Knight - 4th Apr 2016

In the history of rock ‘n’ roll, there are plenty of stories about musicians being such perfectionists that they’ll keep bands in the studio for hours on end, just to perfect a song. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats play up this trope in the video for I Need Never Get Old directed by Greg Barnes.

Though it took the band just two hours to actually record the song, the video imagines what it would’ve been like if Rateliff was more like Springsteen in the studio, forcing his band to redo sections over and over again. Suffice to say, the title of the song becomes ironic by the end of the video.

Looks like this one took even longer than the second Stone Roses album...

PRO Credits

Credits

GafferSimon Mills
DirectorGreg Barnes
Executive ProducerNathan Killham
Production ManagerTamara Lenz
1st ADKerry Green
Director of PhotographyMarek Wesolowski
Focus PullerAlex Byng
ProducerRob Jelley
Art DirectorJoe Fitz-gerald
Make-upRobert Smith
EditorJack Singer
ColouristDan Moran
Grading companyCoffee & TV
CommissionerEmma Greengrass
Other creditsMake Up Artists: Anne-Marie Mays, Dave Fox, Anna Jadwiga Cichon, Max Payn, Gemma Stafford, Thea Mulvey, Jill Conway, Sara Austin, Edie Flowers.

David Knight - 4th Apr 2016

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