New Hope Club & R3hab 'Let Me Down Slow' by Jordan Wozy
New Hope Club find themselves in Tokyo, going down a trippy rabbit hole in Jordan Wozy's video for Let Me Down Slow.
Enveloped in the electrical energy of the city, the group discover and give chase to their female doppelgängers, leading them on a hallucinatory adventure through arcades, karaoke clubs and even superimposed within a Tekken-style 'fight 'em up' game.
Packed full of colour and breathtaking locations, the use of VFX adds a dynamic layer to the project, as the girls leave neon footprints across the streets and sparks of energy radiate from the boys.
It's a very well-executed concept that mirrors the energy of the upbeat track.
|Production Company||UnderWonder Content|
|Executive Producer||Frank Borin|
|Executive Producer||Ivanna Borin|
|Director of Photography||Frank Borin|
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