Black Peaks 'Home' by Lewis Cater
Lewis Cater's video for Black Peaks focusses on a young man caught in the crossfire of a society torn asunder. Cater explains that hard hitting video for the juggernaut rock of Home is a reflection of the current political situation.
"The video deals with themes of belonging and separation, specifically the shock that we, as a collective of people who believe in multi-culturalism and equality felt when our 'home' in Europe was taken away so dramatically and instantly, leaving us feeling completely isolated from everyone else."
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Lee-Shield|
|Lead actor||Harry Trevaldwyn|
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