Tim Mattia follows up his recent video for The 1975's The Sound - a bold performance video about playing music in the face of scathing critique - with this tragic love story for …
Linkin Park 'Heavy' by Tim Mattia
Linkin Park's Chester Bennington & Kiiara face opposing sides of themselves in Tim Mattia's video for Heavy.
The desaturated clip centres on an addiction support group which both singers are attending, but we also witness them facing their inner demons and personal struggles in a much more literal sense. Chester and Kiiara spend the video arguing with and running away from themselves, each having a second physical presence in the room (thanks in no small part to body doubles and clever framing).
The short clip is a gloomy portrayal of a part of recovery that's usually unseen and it's only through mutual support that they start to overcome themselves.
|Production Company||Yella Inc.|
|Executive Producer||Brandon Bonfiglio|
|1st AD||Matt Smith|
|Director of Photography||Dustin Lane|
|Focus Puller||Ben Steen|
|2nd AC||Bianca Garcia|
|Art Director||Sallie Falls|
|Director's Representation||Tommy Labuda|
|Label||Warner Bros. Records|
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