Promo News - 21st May 2018

Roisin Murphy's new album All My Dreams/Innocence, a collaboration with legendary dance producer Maurice Fulton, comes with a trio of new videos directed by Murphy herself. And here's the first – a burst of lo-fi, tongue-in-cheek rave nostalgia.

Filmed at London’s The Store X at 180 The Strand, where Murphy held a two-day residency, Murphy called on “dancers, choreographers, actors, dreamers” to the event and has achieved a sort of highly stylised ironic version of the singer's clubby past, but with plenty of authentic passion too.

Just as she's a super-creative and incorrigible artist, Roisin shows she has a real talent as a director determined to be experimental.


DirectorRóisín Murphy
ProducerPhil Tidy
Production CompanySquire
Production ManagerLisa Turnbull
1st ADConor Joyce
Director of PhotographyArran Green
Focus PullerMarcus Albertsen
GafferDrew Morgan
Art DirectorCharlotte King
WardrobeRóisín Murphy
HairDannielle Farrington
EditorJay Creagh
Editing companySquire
ColouristJay Creagh
Post ProducerPhil Tidy
VFXJay Creagh
LabelVinyl Factory
Focus PullerJed Darlington Roberts
Art DirectorMaurizio Cianciaruso
WardrobePoppy Bell
EditorZoe Desgraupes
Production AssistantEsther Reiss
Other creditsDIRECTORS ASSISTANT: Jay Creagh WARDROBE ASSIST: Stephanie Greenslade RUNNER/DRIVER: David Burridge CAMERA KIT: Pixie Pixel LIGHTING: Grip Van

Promo News - 21st May 2018

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