Lewis Capaldi 'Bruises (live Orchestral Version)' by Libby Burke Wilde
Libby Burke Wilde teams up with Lewis Capaldi for a fourth live session video.
Featuring a stripped back concept, with pulsating lights intermittently revealing the musicians playing in the shadows, Capaldi's haunting performance creates an air of wistful yearning.
Slow camera movements help us soak in the emotion of the song, and reflect the transitional themes of the track.
Libby Burke WIlde:
"Our fourth live video together. It’s really been an honour to be involved with Lewis and his team once again. I will never tire of hearing him sing live in whatever odd location we choose. This video was made under enormous time pressure so huge shout out to Franky (producer), Jordan (DOP), Pete (gaffer) and Billy (rigger) for turning this round. I think it's our best one yet."
|Director||Libby Burke Wilde|
|1st AD||Jerome Franc|
|Director of Photography||Jordan Buck|
|Focus Puller||Jon Mitchel|
|Post Producer||Thea Dagnaud|
|Other credits||Steadicam Op: Matt Allsop Desk Op: Matt Button Riggers: Billy Gibson, Paul Kind & Russell Hall|
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