David Knight - 18th Apr 2016

Daniel Brereton serves up a surprise for Gorgon City's team-up with Blythe Pepino from Vaults. For all his experience, he's not a director well known for narrative work for mainstream dance acts. And this is a narrative video with a familiar storyline, about two teenagers sneaking out for a night on the town together.

But Brereton has given this scenario his own distinctive stamp, particularly with the casting of two young leads who have the individuality and chemistry that makes their adventure worth watching. And if he's a director best known for his quirky work for alternative acts, the quirkiness here just serves to make it more believable and human.


“The song had a real spirit of wanting to break free for me, and so I tried to work in this emotional space for the video. The "Four Walls" in the title of the song are represented by the restrictions placed upon a young person growing up….you get these one-off nights, where you are let loose and experience all these new things for the first time, those nights are the ones that stay with you.”

PRO Credits


DirectorDaniel Brereton
CommissionerJames Hackett
Director's RepresentationAlexa Haywood at Free Agent UK
Production CompanyMonster@Dirty Films
Executive ProducerBen Parkin
ProducerRohan Scully
Production ManagerSiobhán Daly
Director's AssistantOlivia Watkins
1st ADKerry Green
Director of PhotographyRina Yang
Focus PullerAdam Feeney
Clapper LoaderWill Gardner
GafferElliot Beach
Art DirectorJessica Morris
StylistCheska Dorvak
Asst stylistSian Samuel
Hair & Make-upSophie Cox
Hair & Make-up (Artist)Lauren Reynolds
EditorTom Chick
ColouristRussell Rowe
Sound designMatt Waites

David Knight - 18th Apr 2016

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