Jake Bugg 'Love, Hope & Misery' by Michael Holyk
Jake Bugg puts himself on the line in his latest collaboration with Michael Holyk. But that seems wholly appropriate for Love Hope & Misery, a song which displays the singer-songwriter's gift for melody with a greater core of emotion that he's previously shown. A future live anthem for sure.
This is a pure performance video with a strong stylistic debt to the pre-music video era promos of the 1960s, and its beautifully shot by Adam Scarth, on 16mm.
|Director of Photography||Adam Scarth|
|Focus Puller||Eira Wyn Jones|
|Art Director||Xander Mitchell|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
|Colourist||Daniel de Vue|
|Studio||East London Studios|
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