Luke Bather - 20th Mar 2017

It's not quite Beatlemania, but it's a close second. Jun Bung Lee's video for The Bay Rays apes the famous talk show performances of the 1960s.

We've all seen the archive footage of The Beatles doing their best to remain still, smiley and likable on TV stages like The Ed Sullivan Show, here Jun Bung Lee parodies those stilted performances by letting The Bay Rays break the mould, much to the chagrin of the show's producers, of course.

A playful, fun throwback that brilliantly mixes in iconic archival crowd footage to really sell the era.


GafferYannick Lalardy
DirectorJun Bung Lee
Production CompanySweetdoh!
1st ADElle Lotherington
Director of PhotographyJonathon Sendall
Focus PullerStephen Dunn
ProducerThibault Travers
Art DirectorPhoebe Darling
Make-upKatie King
EditorJacob Larys
Grading companyTribe Films
CommissionerJosh Nicoll
LabelEast Wing Records

Luke Bather - 20th Mar 2017

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