Promonews - 10th Nov 2020

Building on the theme of the The Morning After the Night Before, House Gospel Choir arrive back at their house after a long night of raving. Slumped out across the house the choir slowly find the energy for a second wave of party antics, that brings them together taking them through to the break of dawn.

It's the second video for House Gospel Choir, directed by Mr. Mr., produced by Tried and Tested Media X Armoury.

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorMr. Mr.
ProducerReece Gibbins
ProducerSam Katz
Production CompanyTried & Tested Media
Production CompanyArmoury London
Executive ProducerReece Gibbins
Executive ProducerSam Katz
Executive ProducerClare Gibson
1st ADAndrew Vanneck
Focus PullerMatt Hillier
2nd ACTom Fears
GafferRichard Scott
Art DirectorLiam Green / Leo Turnbull 
WardrobePia Woodvine
HairAnya
Make-upAj Juttla
EditorAdam Harris
EditorAto Yankey
ColouristAlex Nerzic
CommissionerEmily Jeffery
LabelIsland Records
Other creditsSparks: Christine Alexander, Israel Wilson Wardrobe Assistant: Kelly Killigre DIT: Owen Harvey Medic: Sabrina Harvey Runners: Ye Htoo, Nana Quartey

Promonews - 10th Nov 2020

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