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Dead! 'Up For Ran$om' by Lewis Cater
Lewis Cater recreates the thrills of appearing on old-time pop TV for Dead!'s furiously rocking Up For Ran$om.
The band are (mostly) dressed in matching blue suits, and their performance is captured on vintage cameras to recreate that sense of what a TV pop show looked like before everybody could watch everything, right now. The band's relentless aggression means this nostalgic approach has a modern bite.
"Some of my earliest musical memories as a kid were sitting down every Friday night to watch Top of the Pops. It's also probably one of early reasons why I chose to work in music videos. It is super unfortunate that the show no longer exists so we thought it would be fun to re-incarnate it for the 'Up For Ran$om' video.
"We shot the video on an old 3 tube Ikegami camera that was frequently used on the show. I also called upon operator Dicky Howett – a TOTP veteran himself – to help achieve that authentic and nostalgic look."
|Production Company||Zebrafish Media|
|Executive Producer||James Norbury|
|1st AD||Kerry Green|
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Lee-Shield|
|Art Director||Luis San Martin|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Label||Infectious Music / Bmg|
|Studio||East London Studios|
|Other credits||Camera Operator: Dicky Howett DIT: Jim Horsfield Lighting Designer: James Shaw Spark: Will Horwel Spark: Stuart Mansell Production Designer: Felix Coles Props Master: Ross Davidson Runner: James May Runner: Femi Anderson Runner: Jonny Pickup|
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