Kasabian 'Are You Looking For Action?' by Aitor Throup & Sing J Lee

Kasabian  'Are You Looking For Action?' by Aitor Throup & Sing J Lee
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Aitor Throup and Sing J Lee have co-directed a wacky, masterfully executed live video for Kasabian's Are You Looking For Action?, harnessing the energy of live performance in a clip that was shot in Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in one continuous take on May 9th, and streamed live as it was shot on Facebook.

Having worked together previously on a global ad campaign, this is the first time Throup and Lee have co-directed a music video. Throup’s conceptual approach to portraiture and Lee’s specialism in crafting surreal narrative themes, allowed them to capture the video's lucid dream aesthetic.

The eight-minute-long sequence mainly follows guitarist/vocalist Sergio Pizzorno and vocalist Tom Meighan as they move around what can only be describes as a Halloween themed club night. All sorts of great and bizarre occurrences unfold, including a king and queen's card game dispute and saxophone solo interlude...

 

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Director
Aitor Throup
Director
Sing J Lee
Producer
Lucy Hayes
Production Company
PartizanPartizan website
Executive Producer
Claire Stubbs
Production Manager
Jack Bristow
1st AD
Dani Castro Garcia
Director of Photography
Adam Scarth
Gaffer
Nathan Matthews
Art Director
Max Lincoln
Wardrobe
Harris Elliott
Hair
Aj Juttla
Make-up
Aj Juttla
Director's Representation
PartizanPartizan website
Commissioner
Daniel Millar
Commissioner
Mike O' Keefe
Label
Sony Music

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