Catfish And The Bottlemen 'Twice' by Jim Canty
Catfish and the Bottlemen return with a frantic, raw performance video courtesy of Jim Canty.
A great one-take performance that sees the band play energetically in a circle whilst a single camera roams manically between them, trying to keep up with their pace. The whole thing is draped in a cool black and white, a simplicity that highlights Catfish and the Bottlemen as an exciting live band.
|Producer||Paulette Agnes Ang|
|Production Company||Kode Media|
|Executive Producer||Nathan Killham|
|Director of Photography||Stefano Steno|
|Focus Puller||Blake Steigerwald|
|Executive Producer||Thomas Byrd|
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