Shot in Sweden, Mats Udd contrasts the upbeat Ghost by Claptone with some haunting and mythical imagery.
Sarah Klang 'Creamy Blue' by Mats Udd
Mats Udd plays it straight - well, almost - in this glossy performance video for Swedish singer Sarah Klang.
Just as the song Creamy Blue harks back to a golden age of country pop, Klang dons chiffon under studio lights and Udd pulls out the filters to recreate the look of a Kate Bush appearance on a light entertainment TV show in the '80s.
With a song played for full-on sincerity - Klang's style is not dissimilar to her friends First Aid Kit, who she has supported on tour - Udd's aims for pastiche without overplaying the comedy.
|Production Company||Slutet är Nära|
|Director of Photography||Viktor Skogqvist|
|Director's Representation||Slutet är Nära|
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