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Louis Tomlinson 'Walls' by Charlie Lightening

Rob Ulitski - 24th Jan 2020

Working together for a fourth time, Louis Tomlinson and director Charlie Lightening head to Morroco for Walls, the title track of the artist's debut album. 

Surrounded by breathtaking desert landscapes, Tomlinson is traversing the terrain to reach a mysterious door. Taking inspiration from surrealist art, the door is a gateway to a variety of offbeat locations and situations, including a ballroom dance and an ever so slightly creepy setup with masked characters and threatening red lighting. 

One part narrative and one part conceptual performance, the surreal interpretation of art and design is fresh territory for the singer-songwriter, but an environment he seems to very much thrive in. Ever vibrant and excited to stretch himself as a performer, Tomlinson dives head first into the various vignettes, embodying an aura of calm and clarity as he riffs on tearing down his emotional walls to give himself another chance at love. 

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Credits

Production/Creative

Director
Charlie Lightening
Producer
Production Company
Executive Producer
Ramy Dance
Executive Producer
Tony Roberts
Production Manager
Sana El Kilali
1st AD
Abdelghafar Essalfi

Lighting/Grip

Gaffer
Driss Marzak

Art

Art Director
Ouassel El Kilali

Wardrobe

Make-up
Nezha Aouis

Editorial

Editor
Gary Coogan
Editing company
The Quarry

Grading

Colourist
Jonny Tully
Colour grade company
Big Buoy

VFX

Post production company
Big Buoy
Post Producer
Hannah Whitehall

Agent

Director's Representation

Commission

Commissioner
Mike O'Keefe
Label
Syco

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