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Dakota 'Long Hot Summer' by Francis Wallis
Shot in Lisbon and its surrounding areas, Francis Wallis's video for Dakota's Long Hot Summer follows the singer and her friends as they ditch their day jobs and hit the coast.
Dakota – known for her vocals on Jonas Blue's summer hit Fast Car – looks radiant under the summer sun, singing and flirting on rooftops at sunset, going surfing and taking in Portugal's awesome views.
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
|UK Producer||Hannah Bilverstone|
|Producer||Maria João Gonçalves|
|Director of Photography||Matt North|
|Production Assistant||Maria João Dias|
|Production Assistant||João Fancisco|
|1st AC||Selma Lopes|
|Art Direction||Raquel Santos|
|Other credits||Runner/Bcam: Robbie Defense Movement Coach: Alexandra Green|
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