Promo News - 5th Dec 2018

A meditation on love, loss, and scarecrows by the Deep South-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Dege Legg, aka Brother Dege visualised in beautiful widescreen photography by Colin Read.

Shooting in a perfect cornfield, mostly at corn-height, Read captures the strange encounter between Dege and a female scarecrow - shot entirely in the golden hour of sunset, or so it seems. It makes for an absorbing video for The Moon And The Scarecrow, the central track from Brother Dege's current album, Farmer's Almanac.

Credits

DirectorColin Read
ProducerBastian Loewen

Promo News - 5th Dec 2018

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