Nadine Coyle 'Go To Work' by Sophia Ray
Girls Aloud alum Nadine Coyle is back, as the glamourous and very demanding Lady Boss in Sophia Ray's video for the insanely catchy Go To Work.
Sophia has Nadine strutting through her office in her fierce red pantsuit, ruling with a rod of iron, demanding greater productivity from her lazy waster of a man - all with enough sass, camp and glam to keep every veteran Girls Aloud fan very happy indeed.
"I wanted this video to hold a slight homage to those '80s flicks like Working Girl, as well as those classic Diet Coke 80s ads.
"Nadine takes centre stage as Mega Diva Lady Boss, in an office filled with her intern babe squad. I wanted the video to work like two loops, with each loop becoming a little more surreal and hyped up as Nadine struts through it and the edit progresses, props and loose choreography changing and developing subtly throughout. The vibe of the video is embracing female power but with an editorial high fashion edge.
"I really enjoyed collaborating with Nadine when it came to shaping her performance for the video. The vibe needed to be that perfect mix of being fierce but also slightly tongue-in-cheek with a cartoon like playfulness to it - and she totally nailed it!"
|Production Company||Partizan Darkroom|
|Executive Producer||Claire Stubbs|
|Production Manager||Jack Hobbs|
|1st AD||Kerry Green|
|Director of Photography||Matthew Emvin Taylor|
|Focus Puller||Robin Webster|
|2nd AC||Brendon Harvey|
|Art Director||Ciaran Beale|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Grading company||Smoke & Mirrors|
|Director's Representation||Partizan Darkroom|
|Production Assistant||Charlie Scannell|
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