Little Ugly directors Chris Muir and Carlos Lopez Estrada team up to bring visuals to this feelgood Samm Henshaw ft. EarthGang track Church.
Bring Me The Horizon 'mother tongue' by Chris Muir
Some supernatural romantic goings-on, which gets very gooey indeed, in Chris Muir's video for BMTH.
Muir keeps things minimal in the narrative, building up the tension between boy and girl, intercut with the band performing, until all hell breaks loose in a climax of explosive telekinesis, and a coupling together immersed in suggestive red gunk...
|Production Company||Little Ugly|
|Executive Producer||Melora Donoghue|
|Executive Producer||Kimberly Stuckwisch|
|Executive Producer||Carlos Lopez Estrada|
|Executive Producer||Neil Garvey|
|Art Director||Pedro Catellani|
|Lead actor||Taina Haines|
|Lead actor||Udylê Procópio|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Director of Photography||John Schmidt|
|Production Manager||Victoria Marino|
|VFX||Felipe Betancur, Andres Jaramillo, Rocketvfx|
|Other credits||Post Supervisor: Naheem Adio|
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