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Dirty Projectors 'Keep Your Name' by David Longstreth & Elon Rutberg
The Dirty Projectors are back - releasing their new single Keep Your Name and an engrossing performance video along with it, co-directed by frontman David Longstreth and Kanye West’s creative director, Elon Rutberg.
With a solemn, monochromatic visual treatment and an occasionally quite off-kilter performance by Longstreth, we bear witness to his post-breakup schedule, which is filled up with piano playing, frantic doodling and guitar smashing.
It's a perculiar yet engrossing visual, pairing well with all the percussive quirks and self-sampling in a track about the inevitable yet confusing breakup of a disjointed couple.
|Production Company||Ways & Means|
|Executive Producer||Lana Kim|
|Executive Producer||Jett Steiger|
|Director of Photography||Bobby Bukowski|
|Production designer||Dori Scherer|
|Editor||Sean Patrick Leonard|
|Key Grip||Tana Dubbe|
|BB Grip||James Coffin|
|1st AC||Spencer Goodall|
|Production Assistant||Zac Pennington|
|Production Assistant||Clayton McCracken|
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