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St. Terrible 'An Endless Fiction' by Meredith Richardson & Zach Herbert
An extended music video, or short music film, for the tracks on An Endless Fiction, the new EP by Boise, ID-based artist St. Terrible, grabs the attention with its exploration of the psychedelic side effects that can come with struggling with mental health and trauma.
Written by Zach Herbert - aka St. Terrible - and directed by Meredith Richardson and Herbert, this begins with a bravura opening Steadicam shot for the first track, as Herbert staggers through a house while blindfold, encountering 'ghosts' and fellow musicians, and then maintains that sense of claustrophobia and surrealism throughout the piece.
Shot by Cody Gittings, it's an impressive showcase for Herbert's brand of charisma and visual imagination, as well as the songs from the EP.
|Executive Producer||Meredith Richardson|
|Director of Photography||Cody Gittings|
|Focus Puller||Lila Streicher|
|Art Director||Brenna Cavanaugh|
|Hair & Make-up||Alessandra Avellanet|
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