Yellow Days ft Mac Demarco 'The Curse' by Charlie Robins
Charlie Robins directs a distorted performance video for Yellow Days, featuring Mac Demarco.
Shot against a green-screen with tracking markers prominently on display, the visual for The Curse starts as straight performance, before Yellow Days - aka George van den Broek - glitches into a virtual avatar, cloning and multiplying against the increasingly warped backdrop.
Cascading into weirder aesthetics, the environment becomes a pre-vis playground, scrambling through dozens of locations and forms. And there's a cameo from Mac Demarco - his 3D avatar, that is - during his guitar instrumental break.
Quirky and offbeat, the video is an excellent accompaniment to the lilting track, and a testament to the slew of ways the human likeness can be manipulated through technology.
|Producer||Joseph J Goldman|
|Executive Producer||Luke Tierney|
|Production Manager||Hugo Holford|
|Director of Photography||Chris Clarke|
|Focus Puller||Sam Harding|
|Other credits||Form Capture: Fred Hair Animator: Ben Dosage VFX, Compositing And Grade: Phil Wood|
Britsh house duo Dusky look to director Charlie Robins for the promo to their retro, piano-led anthem Yoohoo.
Much of human life is here in Charlie Robins' video for Rag'n'Bone Man's Human, which revolves around the singer's heartfelt performance, but in which he becomes …
Charlie Robins' heartfelt new music video for Jessie Ware – a long time pal of his from South London – focuses on an emotional performance from a stunning Jessie in the …
Charlie Robins's engrossing video for Imanbek & Goodboys slips gracefully from documentary to drama to full-blown surrealism in this story of a high-stakes horse race within the traveller …
Here are the nominations for the UK music genre categories at the UK Music Video Awards …
Tributes have been pouring in on social media following the tragic news that Luke Biggins, …
Anna Valley, provider of advanced and integrated audio-visual technology to the broadcast, …
LEAP, longstanding partners of the UK Music Video Awards, have announced that they are …
Danny Herman has become the new Head of Music Videos at FRIEND, replacing Luke Tierney.
Cinelab Film & Digital are the latest company to partner with the UK Music Video Awards, with …