Bastille 'Good Grief' by NYSU
Surreal vignettes make up Bastille's cool new video for Good Grief - directed by Jesús Hernández aka NYSU - repeating until they slowly begin to relate to one other, taking shape into the semblance of a coherent narrative.
Except it doesn't make loads of sense, really. NYSU plays with the cross-wiring of visual clues, with bits of clips crossing-over and bleeding into each other, becoming increasingly more absurd and dreamlike. It's a pretty wild video blending bank robbery, rollerskating girls, a gameshow winner, a topless lady, a burning house, the guys of Bastille - and a poor teddy bear, caught in the middle of everything.
|Producer||Alberto López Garrido|
|Executive Producer||Hannah Turnbull-Walter|
|Director of Photography||Pablo Clemente|
|Art Director||Javier Anibal|
|Costume designer||Maria Elena Soria|
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