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David Knight - 7th Nov 2016

A hostage situation, a band performance in the recording studio, overseen by an intense producer, a short-circuiting mixing desk, a wild party – and a clay baby playing the trumpet... There's no doubt that Isaac Eastgate fits a lot into his video for Bring Me The Horizon's Oh No.

It may be confusing and wacky, there's also a sense of the unexpected, so you're always wondering if the story strands are connected, or how it's going to end.

That certainly appealed to BMTH's singer Olly Sykes, who told Rolling Stone magazine: "This is the first video I've took a step back from creatively and let the director take full control. At first, I was apprehensive but when it all came together I was psyched on it. It's got a good balance of humour and meaning, and it's a video that leaves you with a lot of questions." No doubt about it.


DirectorIsaac Eastgate
ProducerDavo McConville
Production CompanyForever
Executive ProducerSasha Nixon
Production ManagerJana Nouskova
1st ADWayne Bentley
Director of PhotographyNic Booth
Focus PullerAnthony Mchugh
GafferHarry Gay
Art DirectorXander Mitchell
WardrobeCobi Yates
HairJessica Cheetham
EditorBen Crook
Editing companySpeade
ColouristJack McGinty
Grading companyTime Based Arts
Post production companyElectric Palm Trees
VFXGraham Smith
Lead actorIan U'chong, Jozef Aoki, Benedict Black, Lauren Harris
CommissionerDaniel Miller
LabelSony Music
DoP's representationUndercranked

David Knight - 7th Nov 2016

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