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The Pussycat Dolls 'React (Acoustic)' by Rankin
Vero presents an exclusive live session of React, shot by Rankin for Hunger TV.
In a break from their sexy, high-concept performance visuals, the group have teamed up with the British photographer/director in a striking monochromatic concept.
Highlighting shared vocals and a stripped-back production in both the music and film, the video shows a rare, intimate side of the group with an overarching theme of celebration and empowerment.
“I was honored to be part of their reunion. The idea behind the visuals for this live session was simply strip everything back and put the focus on the girls. They’re all incredible and have so much charisma.”
|Production Manager||Rankin Group|
|Wardrobe||Scott Robert Clarke|
|Other credits||Manicurist Jessica Thompson Production Assistant Grace Finger Film Team Will Stuetz, Duncan Lawford, Loona Kasamets And Kit Dale|
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