Kamal 'About The Party' by Milo Blake
Milo Blake, twice-nominated at this year's UKMVAs, shows his eye for a distinctive camera technique once again for teen artist Kamal.
Almost the whole video is shot from above, with Kamal addressing the overhead camera while a houseparty goes on around him. The point is, the get-together is a lot more ordinary than the camera angle, and Kamal would rather be somewhere else - as repeatedly confirms in the lyrics.
Milo Blake describes it as "a visual tale about how those rubbish parties can entrap us all", saying the video's concept was inspired by "the idea about what it would look like if you could Google Earth into the different rooms of a party which never quite gets going. It's all meant to be a humorous and surreal depiction of a common situation we have all encountered at least once in our lives."
|Production Company||EM Films|
|Production Manager||Oliver Hill|
|1st AD||Sam Roffey|
|Director of Photography||Rhys Warren|
|Focus Puller||Ethan Lodge|
|Art Director||Jorge Higgins|
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