Luke Bather, of this parish, has resourcefully made a video for rock outfit Pijn, using personal stories of loss written by their fans, being read by the bandmembers - with the full …
Emily Burns 'Too Cool' by Luke Bather
Some people are just too nice - and that's not very real. That's the point of Emily Burns's catchy Too Cool. She want s a lover to be less forgiving, and then it will make it heasier to love her back. Thatweird logic is very relatable. And Emily and Luke Bather have got together to turn into a bright, breezy viceo with a bit of an edge.
“I was pushing this person's buttons constantly... so I wanted the video to be revolving around these objects – like a champagne bottle, a balloon – things that build tension throughout,” Emily has told Noisey. “Then at the end, she does snap, and I get the reaction I wanted the whole time. Then I'm celebrating, like 'thank god she got pissed off'. Which is, I know, weird. But you want to know that someone's human.”
"We made a video where we got to basically provoke and annoy someone in a hyper-saturated cutesy environment for a day," adds Luke. And you are just waiting for her to finally react.
|Production Company||We Are Invite|
|Director of Photography||George Haydock|
|Make-up||Golden Axe Makeup|
|Lead actor||Isabella Stevenson-olds|
|Other credits||Runner: Tom Stephenson|
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