Luke Bather - 6th Mar 2017

A chance encounter with director Andrew Baird led to Irish trio Ash commissioning this cinematic short film featuring three tracks from the band's new album. This itself begins with a chance encounter before developing into an intense, impressionistic drama about a tumultuous relationship touched by tragedy.

In the eight and a half minute film, that moves freely back and forth in time, Baird extracts intense performances from his lead actors and there's some harrowing moments before it settles into a peaceful melancholy in the final act. After the trauma that precedes it, this ties in with the title, as we see the couple begin anew – just as we're witnessing hearing the band start anew too.


DirectorAndrew Baird
ProducerDave Campbell
Executive ProducerRana Martin, Lauren Roth, Oscar Thomas, Sheira Rees-davies
Director of PhotographyTobia Sempi
EditorAdam Bazadona
Editing companyCut+Run
ColouristTyler Roth
Grading companyCO3
Post production companyCO3
Post ProducerJoel Signer
Director's RepresentationLas Bandas Be Brave
LabelEast City
Other creditsDrone / B-cam : Adam Guy

Luke Bather - 6th Mar 2017

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