Promo News - 28th Nov 2018

Tim Mattia revisits his rock performance roots with this video for Sam Fender that packs a real punch.

The performance of Fender and his band, captured in Mattia's trademark noirish black and white, and bursts of strobe light, is shot through with a succession of individuals who square up to the singer, all exhibiting serious levels of old-fashioned British aggression.

As That Sound comes to its peak, a brilliantly fierce, kinetic edit by Vid Price goes into overdrive. it's a searingly powerful climax, where the individuals become a blur, and their aggression overpowered by the music.

Credits

DirectorTim Mattia
ProducerTom Birmingham
Production CompanyLondon Alley
Executive ProducerJohnny Griffith
Production ManagerTom O'Driscoll
1st ADEd Bellamy
Director of PhotographyAdric Watson
Focus PullerSam Riley
2nd ACLydia Stott
GafferChristian Hayes
Art DirectorFred Allsop
WardrobeJoseph Crone
Hair & Make-upPoppy France
EditorVid Price
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
Grading companyCHEAT
Director's RepresentationAlexa Haywood at Free Agent UK
CommissionerSemera Khan
LabelPolydor
Production CompanyLondon Alley / Out Of Nothing

Promo News - 28th Nov 2018

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