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Milk Teeth 'Given Up' by Chris Chance
New band Milk Teeth clown around in the video for Given Up, directed by Chris Chance.
Performing on-stage to an upper-class clientele, who don't appreciate the music in the slightest, the anachronistic mix of vintage clown makeup and wardrobe with a contemporary aesthetic gives this video a timeless feel.
The concept gives a nod to iconic rock videos, as the band produce their own take on a classic concept, it's a performance video enhanced by dark humour and strong performances all round.
"We wanted to create a video for Given Up that didn’t take itself too seriously.
"The song makes quite a bold statement and explores some dark emotions, but we didn’t want to create something heavy. Instead we did the opposite and approached the creative with levity that could showcase the bands personality. Dark humour to say the least."
|Producer||Paul Romero Mendez|
|Production Company||4th Floor Creative|
|Executive Producer||Laurence Warder|
|Production Manager||Vicky Smith|
|Director of Photography||Tom Watts|
|Focus Puller||William Wallace|
|Art Director||Xander Mitchell|
|Editing company||4th Floor Creative|
|Label||Music For Nations|
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