Balcony 'Girls' by Regina Sepp
Balcony have lust on the brain in Regina Sepp's video for Girls.
Performing in a pastel pink and blue studio space, the band - who recently landed a supporting spot with Lewis Capaldi - give a high-energy performance, with each band member dropping into choreography and interacting with the camera. Intercut with several suggestive cutaways - including the caressing of various fruits and phallic cream spraying - the visual is a quirky and offbeat representation of the complex feelings we have around sex and love.
"It was loads of fun to work on the video for Balcony’s catchy, juicy song Girls. I loved working out a simple performance concept that illustrates the song with a wink, but also embraces the POPiness yet uniqueness of the band. Also the process was great as the boys are really sweet and talented!"
"This was such a great video to make. There was an incredible energy on set; the band were fantastic, the label were lovely, the crew were awesome and Regina's direction was simply brilliant. We always thought Regina and Balcony would be a perfect fit and it seems we were right."
|Executive Producer||Kirstin Cruickshank|
|1st AD||Sam Barnham|
|Director of Photography||Ed Hubert|
|Focus Puller||George Hull|
|Art Director||Afra Zamara|
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