Promonews - 8th Feb 2018

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.

PRO Credits


DirectorSamuel Taylor
DirectorThe Marshall Darlings
ProducerJack Hobbs
Executive ProducerHenry Napier-Brown
Executive ProducerMayling Wong
1st ADChris Malin
Director of PhotographyOliver Ford
Focus PullerSam Riley
2nd ACDarren Ladbury
GafferSalvador Gomez-Lopez
Art DirectorElena Horn
WardrobeSam Conway
Make-upNatalia Rogalska
EditorSamuel Taylor
EditorJack Kendall
ColouristToby Tomkins
Grading companyCHEAT
LabelWarner Music
Other creditsDirector - Dan Kendall Director - Jack Kendall

Promonews - 8th Feb 2018

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