Promo News - 22nd Jan 2018

Son Lux have shared a second track from their forthcoming album Brighter Wounds (released in February 2018) with an absorbing and mysterious video directed by Alex Cook, which follows two women as they sacrificially tend to a small group of patients.
 
“The idea for the video was born from the track's unnerving beat and deceptive undertones,” Cook says of the video for Slowly, where one of the nurses imbibes a strange fluid extracted from a patient. “The story takes place in an alternate, dystopian time in which people transfer their negative memories to one another through a mysterious machine.”

Credits

DirectorAlex Cook
Director of PhotographySam Davis
1st ACAaron Seller
2nd ACRJ Ong
SteadicamAlex van Putten
GafferChandler Desforges
Key GripMatt Burke
Production designerMollie Wartelle
Art DirectorDevin Cheney
Make-upVeronica Werner
Costume designerMaggie Clapis
Costume designerHolly Holcomb
VFXNick Chamberlain
Other creditsFeaturing: Mackenzie Firgens, Raluca Vlad, Saro, Merry Berchfield, Yadira Orozco, and Greena Park Special Thanks: Michael Kaufmann, Hannah Houser, Deven Chierighino, Katy Spence, Lindsey Sheets, Nathan Pfaff, and Andrew Brueck

Promo News - 22nd Jan 2018

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