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The Hara 'Until It Happens' by Alex Taylor
The Hara succumb to a mysterious infection whilst acting as test subjects for an unseen organisation, in Alex Taylor's intense video for Until It Happens.
Echoing real world anxieties around the pandemic and the lockdown of society, the enigmatic visual centres around a military-style hideout, where the band perform under camouflage from the outside world.
A scattering of brilliant lo-fi visual effects adds a polish to the concept, transforming the environment into a sickly, hazardous nightmare - and The Hara's suitably riotous performance is the cherry on top.
|Production Company||Cosmic Joke|
|Executive Producer||Paul Taylor|
|Director of Photography||Owen Cant|
|Focus Puller||Dan Mccaffrey|
|Post production company||Cosmic Joke|
|Commissioner||Paul Taylor - Cloud 9 Records|
|Label||Sign Of The Times|
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