Becky Hill 'Last Time' by Jordan Rossi
Becky Hill laments a deteriorating relationship in a very uplifting setting, as Jordan Rossi reminds us of what a great night out looks like, in the video for Last Time.
Presented as a night out with the girls, the video jumps between a love story narrative and uplifting performance, featuring a series of unique characters and a gorgeous club venue - Bethnal Green Working Men's Club - as the backdrop.
DoP David Wright employs a heavy wash of neon and dynamic camerwork to complement the Friday night vibes, whilst the art direction and styling adds an effervescent energy to the concept.
I wanted the video to be an explosion of colour and character in a vibrant glitter ball fantasy environment.
"Becky Hill’s new track Last Time is a banger from start to finish, and I wanted the video to be a love letter to those nights out we sorely miss.
"It was great working with Becky. Not only is she such an incredible and seasoned performer but also had a really clear vision for what she wanted to achieve with the video. It’s very rare that an artist is so open to collaboration. We took Becky’s idea of the narrative of the argument and going on a girls night out and merged it with the club narrative to create a fun and uplifting journey.
"Becky's energy on set is off the charts and she nailed every take. Similarly, the rest of the cast did not disappoint with their bold authentic personalities shining through. I wanted the video to be an explosion of colour and character in a vibrant glitter ball fantasy environment.
"So, from the outset, I wanted to shoot at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. Not only is it a venue that facilitates lots of Queer nightlife and events but it’s also gorgeous with an interior full of life and energy. It was a wonderful experience being back in a Queer venue after so many months of not being able to go out."
|Production Company||The Graft|
|Executive Producer||Beth Montague|
|1st AD||Steve Wingrove|
|Director of Photography||David Wright|
|Art Director||Johnny Savage|
|Stylist (Artist)||Adele Cany|
|Stylist (cast)||Krishan Parmar|
|Make-up (Artist)||Wendy Turner|
|Make-up (Cast)||Sergio Alvarez|
|Director's Representation||Carrie Sutton|
|Other credits||Cast: KABBA, Lovelle Hill, Darkwah Kyei-Darkwah, Marcus Hodson, India Hope & Roman Jackson|
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