NOISY 'Bring The Drums Back' by Thomas Davis
NOISY pack a punch in Thomas Davis' exhilarating video for Bring The Drums Back.
Capturing youth culture through a set of action-packed vignettes, the visual is the second collaboration between Davis and the group, and explores the lyrics "All I wanna do is make a scene, that’s my generation, get what I mean".
Shot on 16mm, DoP Ed Hubert isn't afraid to get experimental, spinning the camera at crazy dutch angles and lighting scenes with vivid pops of primary colour, adding to the free and unabashed aesthetic. The main focus of Bring The Drums Back is energy - Davis takes dual roles as director and editor, and does a great job at maintaining a quickfire pace.
|Producer||Jake River Parker|
|Director of Photography||Ed Hubert|
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