Knucks ft Loyle Carner & Venna 'Standout' by Dir. Lx
Knucks heads back home in Dir. Lx's breezy visual for Standout, featuring Loyle Carner and Venna.
In his trademark style - mixing together live action footage with candid photography - Dir. Lx experiments with scale and composition, merging performance setups with intriguing formations and patterns.
Celebrating North London and the people who reside in the city, the locations switch from estate exteriors to local takeaways, boasting an incredible sense of community in every frame.
It's another standout video for Lx (if you'll pardon the pun), and a perfect complement to the jazzy track.
|Executive Producer||Kareem Adeshina|
|Director of Photography||Toby Leary|
|Focus Puller||Daniel Deighton|
|2nd AC||Max Smith|
|Art Director||Anthony Hens-man|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Chloe Bingham Production Trainee: Aneka Deabru Runner: Reuben Esson Parkes DIT: Luke Esson Parkes|
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