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Charli XCX 'Vroom Vroom' by Bradley&Pablo
Continuing their work on the visual identity of Charli XCX's new Vroom Vroom Recordings label, Bradley&Pablo were commissioned to direct the promo for the eponymous track off the Vroom Vroom EP.
The video builds on the sexy, shiny PVC-sleek style of the album artwork, with some fierce choreography, slick styling courtesy of Lisa Katnik and some unexpected cameos from Charli’s crew - so keep an eye out for PC Music’s A. G. Cook and artist Hannah Diamond. Vroom Vroom captures Charli in a transformative moment as she takes control with her own label and prepares the launch of her new album.
|Production Company||White Lodge|
|Executive Producer||Stephen Whelan|
|Production Manager||Nailah Clair Blissett|
|1st AD||George Nelson|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Focus Puller||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AC||Ben Worthington|
|Art Director||Zachary Apo-tsang|
|Grading company||Four Walls|
|Post production company||Four Walls|
|Executive Producer||Sibylle Boettger|
|Other credits||Post Producers: Maggie Mcdermott, Glen Percival Choreographer: Kash Powell Dancers: Leigh Robinson, Lamar Lee, Billy Sawyer, Windy Tsoi Additional VFX - Beso Mzhavanadze Special Thanks To NEVS Models. Cast: Ag Cook, Hannah Diamond, Georgia Somary, Matt Copson, Charlie Barker, Grace Ming, Chris Reid, Katrina Louise, Prince Yung Mane|
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