Clean Cut Kid 'We Used To Be In Love' by James Slater
Not easy to switch between the present and past in a one-take video - and incorporate a storming band performance to boot. But James Slater has managed it here, where we join Clean Cut Kid playing We Used To Be In Love in a pub, watched by a couple who look like they are on the brink of a breakup.
As the camera moves around the room, 'doubles' of the couple start appearing, reflecting their happier times together. It's an entertaining and adroit treatment of the theme of the song.
|Executive Producer||Jamie Clark|
|1st AD||Dani Castro|
|2nd AD||Tom Coley|
|Director of Photography||James Rhodes|
|Focus Puller||AJ Golesworthy|
|2nd AC||Ky Brasey|
|Hair & Make-up||Natasha Lawes|
|Other credits||PA – JORDAN MAXWELL|
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