Luke Bather - 6th Feb 2017

Nines & Chris Day team up to direct a new music video for High Roller, in which Nines lives a life of grounded excess.

Private planes, nice cars, and a party at a flashy apartment are all very nice, but Nines doesn't let it go to his head. Intercutting the excess of success in with scenes of London estates shows us that he still respects his roots. A slick, stylish promo that isn't afraid to celebrate.

This latest video from new Partizan talent Chris Day comes after his first clip for House of Pharaohs - another great, slick piece of urban London documentation that came out last October.

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Credits

DirectorNines
DirectorChris Day
ProducerLucy Rogers
Executive ProducerClaire Stubbs
Production ManagerTara Bartlett
1st ADMark McPadden
Director of PhotographyMatthew Emvin Taylor
Focus PullerRobin Webster
2nd ACJomar O'Meally
GafferKilian Drury
Art DirectorLaura Cottle
WardrobeNines
HairBianca Simone Scott
Make-upBianca Simone Scott
EditorCharlie Reddie
ColouristAdam Clarke
Grading companyAbsolute Post
Post production companyAbsolute Post
Post ProducerNic Sanchez
Post ProducerKate Desmond
VFXChris Tobin
CommissionerCaroline Simionescu Marin
LabelXL Recordings
Other creditsProduction Assistant - Jeanne Schaise Steadicam - Josh Brooks & Richard Lewis Grip - Nick Cupac & Becki Horsborgh Electricians - Vincent Edwards, Jaz Hewitt, Jovan Lawrence Low Loader - Bickers

Luke Bather - 6th Feb 2017

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