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King Charles 'Deeper Love/Freak' by Tom Clover
London-based artist King Charles releases a hybrid video directed by Tom Clover for two tracks, Deeper Love and Freak.
Opening in a grand room, full of eclectic art direction and luxury furnishings, Charles wakes up from the remains of a high-end party. He journeys through the house looking for answers, in this first part, as he performs Deeper Love, before a shift in tone and style at the halfway mark sees the artist in a Lynchian pub, for Freak.
It's a surreal and unexpected visual, and DoP Jake Duncan's use of heavy red lighting and unusual composition in the latter half of the video builds upon this offbeat aesthetic.
|1st AD||Mia Dann|
|2nd AD||George Wilkinson|
|Director of Photography||Jake Duncan|
|Focus Puller||Chris Danter|
|2nd AC||Billy Wright|
|Art Director||Dee Mitchell|
|Hair & Make-up||Sammy Shaw|
|Other credits||Creative Direction: Kate Lomas And Anna Tiani Production Asst: Jacob Bacon, Charlotte Ninde Runner: Dan Arkell Sparks: Chris Pugh, James Firth Art Dept: Eleanor Webb Thomas, Joe Horner, Innes Letch Edit Assist: Jack Hackett BTS Photographer: Dom Garnham Cast: Natalie Manning, Niamh Cassidy, Anna Mészáros, Felice Sibilano, Chris Papanagioutu, Ben Heath, Joseph Noon|
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