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Pulled Apart By Horses 'The Big What If' by Lord Whitney
Leeds' finest art directors Lord Whitney take the helm in this pastel-coloured insomnia party for Pulled Apart By Horses.
After collaborating with directors like Hannah Lux Davis and James Frost on video projects, Lord Whitney (that's Amy Lord and Rebekah Whitney, for those not in the know) step into the role of director here, combining some of their trademark set design with the brutalist architecture at The University of Leeds and Dario Argento inspired lighting setups, the performance video sees the band try at any cost to stay awake. It all gets a bit strange, but it looks damn good in the process.
|Art Director||Lord Whitney|
|Director of Photography||Adam Conlon|
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