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The Snuts 'Maybe California' by Ronan Corrigan & Hope Kemp
The Snuts' new video for Maybe California, directed by Ronan Corrigan and Hope Kemp, is one big slice of Americana – a homage to the Red White & Blue.
Set in the queue of a drive-thru diner, the band watch as the rose-tinted nostalgia of the American dream is slowly, remorselessly wiped away.
Observing from the back of the queue, the group watch as enamoured newlyweds become frustrated with each other's presence, a pregnant woman chainsmokes and a businessman fills his coffee with booze.
Under the neon lights, the facade behind the fake smiles and happy exteriors begins to deteriorate, leaving a raw and more honest depiction of day-to-day life.
|Producer||Amp; Ollie Deacon|
|Production Company||Cooc Productions|
|Director of Photography||Adam Singodia|
|Focus Puller||Stefano Garbin|
|Art Director||Andrew Griffiths|
|Other credits||Spark: Evance Breteuil Production Assistant: Keri Boulay Cast: Greta James, Rosie Kellett, Alex Merry, John Barr, Charlotte Taylor, Yasmin Philigence, Frank Roome, Pierre Marku|
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