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Kate Tempest 'Tunnel Vision' by Akinola Davies Jnr.
Kate Tempest's Tunnel Vision, from her Mercury-nominated album Let Them Eat Chaos, has inspired this video by Akinola Davies Jnr - a stark and bold re-enactment of political action and conflict, that works well with Tempest's torrent of words.
|Director||Akinola Davies Jnr.|
|Executive Producer||Juliette Larthe|
|1st AD||Ato Yankey|
|Director of Photography||Jack Wells|
|Art Director||Stephanie Kevers|
|Make-up||Afrolion "kayla Selway"|
|Head Of Production||Hannah May|
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