You Me At Six 'Night People' by Brainwash
Directing duo Brainwash - that's Ryan Vernava and Liam Achaibou - have created this electrified performance video sequence, where one piece of footage crash-zooms to the next.
With oscillating, kaleidoscopic mirror effects, the visual cycles through silhouettes of the band, providing an intensely graphic accompaniment to the pulsating beat of the song.
"We wanted to use custom analogue distortions to try and create a frenetic and visually mesmerising performance video. Something moody, lo-fi and colourful that plays up the raw energy of the track and presents the band in a way we’ve not seen before.
"First off we shot a series of performance elements very simply against a black backdrop that we then composited together and animated. Once that was done we converted our digital material to analogue and blasted it through our specially designed circuit-bending box.
"This is all quite experimental and so the aesthetic was an on-going and evolving process, but what we were left with was this kind of constantly shifting psychedelic tunnel of distorted portraits that highlights key moments of performance as they organically emerge from one another."
|Director's Rep (UK)||Lock It In|
|Production Manager||Matthew Hopper|
|Assistant Producer||Emily Vincent|
|1st AD||Thomas Rawsthorn|
|Director of Photography||Davey Gilder|
|1st AC||Matt Farrant|
|Production Assistant||Ben Cowan|
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