The Magic Gang 'Getting Along' by Samuel Taylor & The Marshall Darlings
Samuel Taylor gets together with The Marshall Darlings to capture The Magic Gang at band practice for Getting Along - the first single from their upcoming album - interrupted by graphic cutaways to match the track's jagged, punchy rhythm.
While the performance is intimate yet powerful, and emphasises their catchy songwriting, the cutaways represent the frustration in the lyrics - rendered on 16mm by DoP Oliver Ford.
|Director||The Marshall Darlings|
|Executive Producer||Henry Napier-Brown|
|Executive Producer||Mayling Wong|
|1st AD||Chris Malin|
|Director of Photography||Oliver Ford|
|Focus Puller||Sam Riley|
|2nd AC||Darren Ladbury|
|Art Director||Elena Horn|
|Other credits||Director - Dan Kendall Director - Jack Kendall|
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