Foo Fighters 'Shame Shame' by Paola Kudacki
World-renowned photographer Paola Kudacki directs a dark and introspective vision for Foo Fighters' Shame Shame.
Based on a recurring dream that has haunted vocalist Dave Grohl since he was 14, the concept follows the artist as he embarks on a mysterious quest to discover a burning coffin at the top of a hill.
Shot in impressionistic black and white, the abstract video incorporates choreography, subtle visual effects and a typically high-energy performance from Grohl, who endlessly fights to release his burden of shame.
Sofia Boutella - best known for her work in The Mummy and Kingsman - represents this shame through dead weight on his shoulders, dragging him down as he tirelessly searches for answers.
For a group with such an iconic and varied videography, this is a journey into a much darker territory, which mirrors the musical direction in their new album.
|Production Company||BELIEVE MEDIA|
|Executive Producer||Liz Silver|
|Executive Producer||Luke Thornton|
|1st AD||Michael Saffie|
|Director of Photography||Santiago Gonzalez|
|Art Director||Mila Taylor-young|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK|
|Other credits||Head Of Production: Vitaly Koshman Production Co-ord: Brent Pennington Stunt Supervisor: Rene P. Mousseux Stylist: Madeline Weeks|
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