Beabadoobee 'Together' by Bedroom
Directing duo Bedroom wrap up their current campaign of five videos for Beabadoobee, with a 90s-tastic rock performance for Together.
Looking as if it was plucked from the archives of infamous Nineties show The Word, the vintage, gothic visuals mirror the era Bedroom are paying homage to. And Bea fully embraces her inner rock chick in this one.
The multi-format aesthetic gives the project a rough and ready feel, a carousel of different layers of emotion and meaning, disguised under frenetic home video cameras and lo-fi DIY animation.
Sam Allen's banging, old school MTV-style edit brings it all, well, together. Sometimes it really is a case of 'the more cuts the better'.
|Producer||Joseph J Goldman|
|Executive Producer||Kiran Mandla|
|Production Manager||Ash Teague|
|1st AD||Chris Malin|
|Director of Photography||Pieter Synman|
|Art Director||Theresa Bates|
|Production designer||Elena Isolini|
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