Rudimental ft Shungudzo, Protoje & Hak Baker 'Toast To Our Differences' by Cousin
Incorporating vintage footage of the postwar immigration experience, from the Windrush generation onwards, and haunting references to Grenfell, the video for Rudimental's Toast To Our Differences by directing collective Cousin is a melting pot of emotion.
Ultimately, with the video centring around a happy gathering of band and special guests - including Brixton legend Steve Blacker, the subject of Molly Dineen's superb doc Being Blacker - this is an uplifting statement of London's rich diversity, and the music that has come out of it.
|Executive Producer||Jamie Clark|
|1st AD||Tom Pollard|
|2nd AD||Lachlan Munro|
|Director of Photography||Ed Hubert|
|Post production company||UNIT|
|Post Producer||Ian Luxford|
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