Luke Bather - 10th Apr 2017

Director Chris McGill continues his collaboration with Lucy Rose in this '70s dive bar aesthetic performance.

With the performance washed in blue/green light, the gorgeous and simple video cuts seamlessly between different performers, all women of different ages and ethnicities, singing Lucy's song open-mic style.


DirectorChristopher McGill
ProducerMike Carr
Production CompanyDusthouse
Director of PhotographyStephen Murphy
Focus PullerThomas Nicholson
ColouristDan Moran
Grading companyCoffee & TV
Director's RepresentationAndy @ Las Bandas
LabelCommunion Group

Luke Bather - 10th Apr 2017

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