Rob Ulitski - 8th Apr 2021

Graham Smith directs a psychedelic, multi-media affair for Grizfolk's The Ripple. 

Packed full of refracting colours, kaleidoscopic VFX and layered collage, the effervescent visuals perfectly encapsulate the colourful concept, backdropped by striking Joshua Tree landscapes. 

The performance is presented as a series of still images of the band - each morphed and distorted by increasingly surreal techniques - resulting in a high-energy interpretation of the electronic-tinged folk rock sound. 


DirectorGraham Smith
ProducerJames Baxter
Production CompanyJ6 Films
PhotographerMatt Coughlin
CommissionerInuka Bacote
LabelNettwerk Music Group
Other creditsVideos - RAD ANIMAL Band Members - Adam Roth (lead Vocals, Guitar), Sebastian Fritze (synthesizer, Backing Vocals), Fredrik Eriksson (guitar), Bill Delia (drums)

Rob Ulitski - 8th Apr 2021

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