Ali Kurr's new video for Brighton indie band Yonaka captures their vibrant energy at a cool house party, while outside a girl blows the biggest, and sexiest, bubblegum bubble in the world ever.
Palace 'Break The Silence' by Ali Kurr
Alternative rock band Palace get destructive in their latest video directed by Ali Kurr, which sees a beautifully atmospheric performance insterspersed with a images of a crestfallen girl who decides to set fire to the remnants of a building. The video is simple and emotional, especially due to the palpable sense of relief and empowerment after the deed is done.
|Production Company||Try Hard Productions|
|1st AD||Bryony James|
|Director of Photography||Nick Morris|
|Focus Puller||Rich Savage|
|Focus Puller||Barbara Van Schaik|
|2nd AC||Thomas Terminet|
|Art Director||Amelia Johnson|
|Lead actor||Catriona Stirling|
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