New Hope Club find themselves in Tokyo, going down a trippy rabbit hole in Jordan Wozy's video for Let Me Down Slow.
Polo G 'DND' by Jordan Wozy
Polo G thrives in isolation in Jordan Wozy's frenetic new visual for DND.
Reminiscing about the past and lamenting today's society, a series of undulating effects overlay simple performance setups, switching between gritty textures and free-flowing animation.
It's an acid trip of a ride, with the environment melting away and distorting, perfectly executed by award-winning VFX artist Kawika Banis.
Wozy has a real knack for glitchy, surrealist visions, and this is a fitting addition to his videography.
|Producer||Marco De Molina|
|Production Company||UnderWonder Content|
|Executive Producer||Frank Borin|
|Executive Producer||Ivanna Borin|
|Director of Photography||Frank Borin|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood @ Freeagent Uk|
|Other credits||Key Set PA: Hunter Moranville Art Director: Jose Rojas|
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