In the third Beabadoobee video by directing duo Bedroom, Bea takes a train ride back in time...
Beabadoobee 'If You Want To' by Bedroom
Bea hasn't been sleeping, so Mum calls out the doctor, in the latest Beabadoobee collab with directing duo Bedroom.
And when she's prescribed strange pills by the doc – whoever heard of a GP making house calls anyway? – Bea gets transported into a grunge-inspired surreal cardboard fever dream.
With added animation and graphics, Bedroom - that's photographer Blackksocks and illustrator Soren Harrison - channel Nineties nostalgia, from Bea's own bedroom (quite Björk) to the nodding hairheads in her band. A cool follow-up to their lo-fi gem for Dance With Me.
|2nd AC||Connor Hall|
|Executive Producer||Kiran Mandla|
|Director of Photography||Pieter Synman|
|Focus Puller||Kit Sullivan|
|Producer||Joseph J Goldman|
|Art Director||Charlotte Buchan|
|Grading company||The Mill, London|
|Other credits||Production Assistant - Ellis Fox Art Dept Assistants - Penelope, Katja Eastwood, Matt, Jesse Crankson|
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