LANY 'Where The Hell Are My Friends' by Nadia
Nadia's video for Where The Hell Are My Friends by American trio LANY sees vocalist Paul Klein search room after room for somebody who moves within the same frequencies as himself. Told through a stylish dichotomy of red and blue, we see a frustrating world in which Klein is allowed to move only when the world freezes around him and vice versa.
A deftly choreographed game of musical statues dripping with visual metaphor is well within Nadia's wheelhouse and makes for a compelling watch.
|Director||Nadia Marquard Otzen|
|Production Company||Academy Films|
|Director of Photography||Magnus Joenck|
|Art Director||Xander Mitchell|
|Post production company||Finish|
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