David Knight - 21st June 2019

The second collaboration between Francois Rousselet and Liam Gallagher takes the bluesy Stones-like feel of Shockwave to present a version of the Sixties that fits our times - and enables Liam's stalking, rogue preacher-like presence.

Liam never stops walking in this one - his familiar laddish roll taking him relentlessly forward - through an Americana of poverty, protest, ferment and fire.

Rousellet delivers this with his characteristic panache. And there's a great old-school documentary film look, created by Simon Chaudoir.

Watch 'Liam Gallagher 'Shockwave' by Francois Rousselet' here

PRO Credits


DirectorFrancois Rousselet
ProducerFrancois Larpin
Production CompanyRiff Raff Films
Executive ProducerNatalie Arnett
Production ManagerFanni Verbovszki
1st ADTamás Vass
Director of PhotographySimon Chaudoir
WardrobeEmily Jayne Lipop
EditorAmanda James
Editing companyFinal Cut
ColouristRichard Fearon
Grading companyBlack Kite Studios
Post production companyBlack Kite Studios
Post ProducerTamara Mennell
Post ProducerJulie Evans
VFXJack Stone
CommissionerNathan James Tettey
CommissionerJennifer Ivory
LabelWarner Records
Service CompanyLions Production
Other creditsService Producer: Anna Szijarto

David Knight - 21st June 2019

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