David Knight - 1st Sept 2016

Supercool French music strand La Blogothèque presents a live music video for Metronomy's 16 Beat – featuring mainman and Paris resident Joseph Mount and drummer Anna Prior, plus an troupe of four well turned out dancers - in the unlikely setting of Charles de Gaulle airport.

Directed by Colin Solal Cardo in one sustained take, this radiates a sense of cool glamour you rarely get these days in airport baggage halls. But then Solal Cardo and La Blogothèque have a thing about airports - they shot a deeply enigmatic video for Nicolas Godin's Bach Off last year at Orly.


DirectorColin Solal Cardo
Director of PhotographyFabien Benzaquen
WardrobeIris Gonzales
Make-upMélanie Rouget
ColouristVincent Amor
Grading companyRoyal Post
LabelBecause Music
Other creditsChoreography: I Could Never Be A Dancer

David Knight - 1st Sept 2016

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