A very stylish music video directing debut by SOB (Eseosa Ohen and Joe Shaw), this is the first video for Collard’s rose-tinted track Warrior Cry.
Collard ft. Kojey Radical 'Ground Control' by SOB
The second in a trilogy of videos for new soul artist Collard by SOB (that's Eseosa Ohen and Joseph Shaw) continues the stylish, very noir-ish and subtly dramatic aesthetic of their first video for Warrior Cry.
In this one, Collard goes for a drive with a very wet-faced Kojey Radical - and it doesn't end well for him. "The visual is a depiction of me battling with my own demons and feelings, as if I’m forever followed and seduced by a devilish, Mephistopheles-like character (Kojey Radical)," explains Collard of the video.
"Through many conversations with my directors, we all agreed we wanted to take a more theatrical route in terms of the production to extenuate as much as possible the feeling of danger and self-enabled helplessness which led me down the destructive path the song is based on.”
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|Production Manager||Anna De Guia-eriksson|
|1st AD||Otis Dominique|
|Director of Photography||Harry Wheeler|
|Focus Puller||Milo Brown|
|Art Director||Jaclyn Pappalardo|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Post production company||Butterscotch|
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