5 Seconds Of Summer 'Youngblood' by Frank Borin & Ivanna Borin
Frank Borin and Ivanna Borin's video for 5 Seconds Of Summer takes us, somewhat implausibly, to a Japanese old people's home. But hold on: this is the kind of magical place that allows its elderly residents to enjoy their last 24 hours on Earth being who they want to be - and young again.
So an old married couple swallow the magic pills that allow them to regain their youth in the 1950s - as members of a rockabilly gang in modern Tokyo. And that's the way we become immersed in the fascinating subculture of snarling greasers and their tattooed molls, who've adapted the classic look of the mid-Fifties American rock and roll.
It's an imaginative and effective way by the Borins to showcase 5SOS's Youngblood without a member of the band in sight.
|Production Company||UnderWonder Content|
|Executive Producer||Frank Borin|
|Director of Photography||Frank Borin|
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