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Alexis Taylor 'Oh Baby' by Simon Owens
Simon Owens' latest video for Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor is another low budget delight, all about Alexis's wandering eyes. But it's okay, they only have eyes for each other.
In Oh Baby (from the new solo album coming soon on Domino Records) Alexis's peepers leave his face and go on a jaunt around town, bobbing along together, possibly in search for a new face.
Owens explains: "It's all about a pair of eyes that can’t bear to be apart, who take absurd positions and generally give each other [the] eye…"
|Director of Photography||Denzil Armour Brown|
|Camera Assistant||Rosie Taylor|
|Post production company||Roisin Oblong Productions|
|Other credits||Runners: Joe Redmen, Michelle Amosu, Blue Laybourne Camera And Lighting: Pixipixel Special thanks: Laura Holmes Productions, Mark Pawson for location. inky blackness|
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