Stylish, well-shot performance vid for new Island signing Tinashe by Ryan Hope and Egoitz Audikana where the singer transforms a sleepy social club into party central.
Lauren Pritchard's Painkillers by Hope Audikana
Hope Audikana serve up this luxurious, well-shot and adult-orientated treatment for Lauren Pritchard's Painkillers, with the story of a robbery partially revealed in reverse to accompany her performance.
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|1st AD||Lewis Arnold|
|Art Director||Andy Littlefair|
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