Tom Walker ft. Zara Larsson 'Now You’re Gone' by Tim Mattia
Tim Mattia brings us into the midst of a highly-charged and chaotic relationship, between a young magician and his assistant, for Tom Walker's Now You're Gone, featuring Zara Larsson.
Featuring Michael Malarkey (The Vampire Diaries) & Veronica Olivier, and set against the backdrop of Reno, Nevada, the video is a surprisingly gritty portrait of a man losing himself to the booze, continuously testing the faith of his girlfirned - especially when their act incolves him firing a gun at her. And that makes for a genuinely dramatic finale.
|Production Company||London Alley|
|Executive Producer||Kim Jarrett|
|Executive Producer||Brandon Bonfiglio|
|Executive Producer||Andrew Lerios|
|Executive Producer||Luga Podesta|
|Production Manager||Kyle Kernan|
|1st AD||Parker Mcmillan|
|Director of Photography||Douglas E. Porter|
|Art Director||Joseph Altamuro|
|Hair & Make-up||Maxi|
|Post Producer||Ivan Ovalle|
|Other credits||Production Co-Ordinator: Connor Gould Gaffer: Ionel Diaconescu Key Grip: James Suter Colour Producer: Natalie Westerfield Cast: Michael Malarkey, Veronica Olivier|
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