FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Luckie 'I Found God' by Yags
Yags explores themes of loss and addiction for new artist Luckie, with the impressionistic story of a man who is coming back from the brink, and his young daughter who brings him constant comfort and inspiration.
The video drifts between realism and fantasy, intercutting the man's powerful dancelike movements, with dreamlike underwater scenes. It's beautifully shot by Luke Jacobs.
|Director of Photography||Luke Jacobs (DoP)|
|Focus Puller||Tommy Mcmahon|
|2nd AC||Matthew Ham|
|Underwater Camera Op||Rob Hill|
|Post production company||CHEAT|
|Other credits||Special Thanks: Fallen Angels Dance Theatre, Claire Morris, Franky Chadwick, Ed Hoadley, Josh Cole, Richard Stevens|
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