Bury Tomorrow 'The Grey (VIXI)' by Laurence Warder
Laurence Warder directs an intense, claustrophobic and impressively shot performance video for UK metalcore band Bury Tomorrow.
With cinematography from Tom Watts that emphasises every straining sinew, delivered mainly in shadowy monochrome, this is a visceral visualization of the Southampton band's thunderous The Grey (VIXI).
|Producer||Paul Romero Mendez|
|Production Company||4th Floor Creative|
|Focus Puller||William Wallace|
|Label||Music For Nations|
|Other credits||PA David Dunnage|
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