The Cribs 'In Your Palace' (live) by Jack Lightfoot
Jack Lightfoot follows up his three-song Kasabian session for Vevo Off The Record with this intimate staging of the Jarman brothers performing In Your Palace, from their new Steve Albini-produced album.
And Albini also mixed the audio here, which accounts for the unusually raw live sound.
"This was the second in our series for Vevo Off The Record, and we were keen to create a look that aligned with the aesthetic of the first episode, whilst also offering something fresh that worked with the artist. I was very aware of The Cribs' lo-fi, non-glossy approach to their sound and visuals, and wanted to make sure we adhered to that here. Therefore, I wanted to set the performance in the round to give it more of a genuine rehearsal room feel. We used two Steadicams to float around the performance.
"We were also delighted to bring on legendary audio producer Steve Albini to mix the live audio - as an avid Nirvana fan (Steve produced Nirvana's 'In Utero'), it was a dream come true to have Steve involved in one of my films."
|1st AD||Tom Rawsthorn|
|Director of Photography||Matt Vahey|
|Focus Puller||Gary Long|
|2nd AC||Richard Parsons|
|Director's Representation||Lock It In|
|Other credits||Assistant Producer - Matthew Hopper Production Assistant - James Dearden Steadicam Op A - Yiannis Manolopoulos Steadicam Op B - Emilio Schlappi 1st AC - Matt Farrant Camera Trainee - Callum Lee Lighting Operator - Chris Little Lighting Engineer - Steve Hough Sound Engineer - Alexander Archer Sound Operator - James Wyatt Runner - Jack Gould Editor - Daniel Davies Presenter - Gordon Burns VEVO - Claudia De Wolff, Antonio Cacciavillani|
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