Rob Ulitski - 20th Mar 2020

Jacob Perlmutter & Diogo Strausz dream of home in the charming video for Palm The Quarter. 

Directed by Perlmutter himself, the lo-fi visual was shot solely on an iPhone, using the Animoji feature to mask his face and create some hilarious expressions.

Shot on the days leading up to self-isolation, the bustling London streets are a reminder of the community we live in and the freedom of the outdoors, which is something that many of us are missing right now. Carefree and light, this an inventive and fresh promo with something to say.


"I'm a filmmaker and musician. In the days leading up to self-isolation I've been speedily working on an idea that was reflecting on the masks being worn around the place. It made me think about the freedom of the outdoors - of the values of community - of home. So I made this music video for one of mine and Diogo Strausz's songs."


DirectorJacob Perlmutter
ProducerJacob Perlmutter
Director of PhotographyManon Ouimet

Rob Ulitski - 20th Mar 2020

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