Mike Skinner, erstwhile mastermind of The Streets, directs a music video for Formation, featuring the London motorcycle gang UK Bike Life Crew.
The Streets ft. Chip and Grim Sickers 'Call Me In The Morning' by Mike Skinner
Mike Skinner aka The Streets is back, and with this self-directed video for Call Me In The Morning, it's just like old times.
Always a great on-camera performer himself, Skinner also gets just about the strongest performances in a video from his collaborators Chip and Grim Sickers. Meanwhile, his concept is a irreverent take on the classic UKG video: Mike is having a house party around his place, which has a colour scheme that would make a goth squeal with delight.
Everything is black. The food and drink are black. Everyone must dress in black. And only a select few are invited.
Skinner has directed a few videos for other artists over the past couple of years. This one, with excellent cinematography by Spike Morris and sterling art direction by Benny Casey, is a cut above - probably because he's once again front of camera too.
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Rik Green|
|Production Manager||Eleri Evans|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Spike Morris|
|Art Director||Benny Casey|
|Other credits||TALENT: MIKE SKINNER, CHIP, GRIM, IKRAAM ELMI, LINA HASHANI, KIRBY AKINDEINDE|
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