Blame My Youth 'Fantastic' by Nathan R. Smith
Nathan R. Smith directs a riotous video for Blame My Youth.
In the visual for Fantastic, frontman Sean Van Vleet is shown walking around city streets without a care in the world - knocking into passerbys, jumping on stationary cars and creating chaos wherever he goes.
Intercut with a passionate performance setup in a rundown apartment, the video pays homage to rock videos of the past, whilst offering up something contemporary and refreshing.
|Director||Nathan R. Smith|
|Production Company||North Of Now|
|Director of Photography||Daniel Vignal|
|Focus Puller||Calvin Snead|
|Art Director||Natalia Brito|
|Director's Rep (UK)||Carrie Sutton|
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