Tom Odell 'Wrong Crowd' by George Belfield
English singer-songwriter Tom Odell is back, channeling the distinctly darkened, jaded swagger of a man that has matured past the age of uncomplicated love songs.George Belfield achieved the artist's newfound style and disposition through an icy cool treatment that sees the dejected singer waking up in an anonymous hotel room.
After taking in some old videos of his ex-lover, he drowns his sorrows by pouring himself a stiff drink, even though its still daytime. Then, our lonely bachelor hits up the club - throwing himself into a night of dancing and drinking with his band of party animals.
The video - which was handsomely shot by DoP Steve Annis - is part one of two, so look out for the next instalment soon to be released.
|Local Producer||Liam Johnson|
|Director of Photography||Steve Annis|
|Production designer||Willhelm (Bubi) Furst|
|Wardrobe||Verity May Lane|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
|Head of Music Video||Hannah Turnbull-Walter|
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