Promonews - 18th May 2020

Laurent Chanez's epic video for pop composer Thomas Azier’s mostly instrumental track Love, Disorderly stacks raw footage of life’s moments between the landmark and the mundane, flowing from continent to continent across Asia, Europe and North America.

Combined with screaming synth and dissonant chords, the music video grips viewers with its dynamic imagery and momentum. And as this was the world before the Covid-19 crisis it has even greater resonance. Question is, do you watch and see images of the 'old normal' with yearning, or a shiver of horror? 

To be honest, probably a bit of both. 

Credits

DirectorLaurent Chanez
ProducerMagali Selosse

Promonews - 18th May 2020

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