Promonews - 23rd Nov 2020

Pale Waves are back, with a fresh vision of their catchy 90s-inspired indie-pop, and the video for Change by Johnny Goddard - one third of directing collective Youth Hymns - definitely captures that spirit of the Nineties.

It's a dreamy, textural performance video that brings a hyperreal sense of nature into a studio setting. Pale Waves' Heather Baron-Gracie delivers the heartache at the heart of Change lying in a field of flowers, surrounded by giant butterflies. Then she gets into gothier gear to perform in a meadow with the band - and be caught in a serious downpour.

The video - the second from new Dirty Films new division Monster - was released earlier this month after Radio 1’s Hottest Record in the World premiere.

PRO Credits


DirectorYouth Hymns
ProducerRosa Junkovic
Production CompanyMonster@Dirty Films
Executive ProducerBen Parkin
Executive ProducerAlex Bedford
Production ManagerChloe Byatt
Director of PhotographyDavid Wright
Focus PullerBenjamin Smith
2nd ACChris Rodgers
GafferChris Dowling
Production designerPortia Van De Braam
Art DirectorDorian Van De Braam
SFXDom Blake
HairShiori Takahashi
Make-upBecki Cawthra
StylistPatricia Villirillo
EditorJohnny Goddard
VFXJake Ben-david
ColouristJonny Tully
LabelDirty Hit Records
Other creditsCovid Supervisor: Rosa Junkovic Runner: Molly Wood, Sophie Malandrinos Camera Trainee: Natalie Anderson Sparks: Eddie Knight, Lex Tully Hair 1st Assistant: Seita Oyama Styling Assistant: Nelima Odhiambo, Erika Marzano BTS Photographer: Niall Lee Management: Mark Hayton & Tom Connick Thanks to: Pixi Pixel The Worx Studios Take 2

Promonews - 23rd Nov 2020

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