Chase & Status 'All Goes Wrong' by Glenn Paton
Glenn Paton has delivered a new video for Chase & Status for All Goes Wrong that sees the singer Tom Grennan performing from an open casket in the ground.
The clip's Sliding Doors-style structure delivers a story with two alternative outcomes. After a heated argument between Tom and his girlfriend, he leaves in a rage and everything gets worse from there. One thing leads to another, and when his girlfriend tries to break up a fight he's got himself into, then we really feel the tragic consequences of the negative spiral created by their initial conflict.
It's a hard-hitting message - especially after we witness the alternative outcome had Tom just stuck it out with his girlfriend to patch things up.
|Executive Producer||Katie Dolan|
|Production Manager||Amanda Tuckwell|
|1st AD||Jai Lusser|
|Director of Photography||Dan Stafford Clark|
|Art Director||Tim Silversdale|
|Editing company||Marshall Street Editors|
|Director's Representation||Martin Roker at Black Dog Films|
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