Tom Grennan 'Oh Please' by Tom Grennan
With original video shoot plans derailed due to social distancing measures, Tom Grennan stepped up to film his own video for latest release Oh Please, at his home in East London.
Authentic, raw and lo-fi, visual artists Alex + Plex took the footage edited together by Taichi Kimura to create a vibrant and playful energy, utilising the textures of Tom's house and local areas as inspiration for the design for the visuals.
The mixture of camera formats gave Plex a real playground to implement a number of different transitions, and the result is a real pick 'n' mix for the eyes and ears.
"As we're all stuck at home, starting to imagine things in our head, we wanted this video to reflect that state of mind," says Alex+ Plex. "So we created a completely abstract world for Tom to inhabit."
|Executive Producer||Toby Walsham|
|VFX||Alex + Plex|
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