Metronomy 'Wedding Bells' by Daniel Brereton
After helming the first few videos from the new album Metronomy Forever, frontman Joseph Mount cedes directing duties to old collaborator Dan Brereton. Very good move.
This reunion of the minds that brought us the first Metronomy videos over a decade ago, has now produced a lovely video for Wedding Bells - simple in concept, extremely artful and accomplished in its execution.
It's a house party, where now five-piece band are gamely playing in the corner. But this get-together of hormonal teenagers is not what we might expect: its daytime, there's little sign of booze, there's lots of nice party food. Indeed, it really does resemble a much younger person's party.
In the midst, one lad becomes smitten with a girl... who is with another guy. But within the logic of the piece - an afternoon nap, a dream sequence, and things getting out of hand in a kid's party way - things may work out...
From the location to the casting, art direction and photography in 4:3 by Ruben Woodin Dechamps, this is as good a Metronomy video as we've seen in a while. And lovely to see the band back with Dan Brereton - they always come up with good ones.
|Producer||Fred Bonham Carter|
|Executive Producer||Alexa Haywood|
|Production Manager||Amanda Tuckwell|
|1st AD||Kerry Green|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Deschamps|
|Focus Puller||Richard Savage|
|Clapper Loader||Stephen Dunn|
|Gaffer||Bill Rae Smith|
|Production designer||Luke Moran Morris|
|Assistant Art Director||Fletch Jarvis|
|Art Department||Ellen Pearson|
|Art Department||Arlo Clark|
|Stylist (Artist)||Marion Cassan|
|Hair & Make-up (Artist)||Rebekah Lidstone|
|Stylist (cast)||Charlotte James|
|Hair & Make-up (cast)||Natasha Lawes|
|Casting director||Heather Basten|
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