Promonews - 24th Feb 2020

Jocelyn Anquetil's video for King Krule, set on the overcast banks of the River Thames, was inspired by the artist otherwise known as Archy Marshall’s personal story of of loneliness and isolation.

Archy finds himself in various locations and scenarios, all of which reflect his mentality from being boxed in by a group of eclectic individuals. He becomes stuck inside a mirrored room, representing his state of mind and the chaos of the track. It concludes with Archy being able to emerge from his dark place, with wife and new baby.

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorJocelyn Anquetil
ProducerAdam Farley
Production CompanyThe Mill
Executive ProducerDougal Meese
1st ADWayne A.w. Bentley
Director of PhotographyJoel Honeywell
Focus PullerBecky Lee
2nd ACKairo Jones
GafferBen Millar
WardrobeNil Tomakan
HairMaya Man
EditorCharlie Von Rotberg
Editing companyHomespun
ColouristAlex Gregory
Grading companyThe Mill
Post production companyThe Mill
Post ProducerBruce Langfield
VFXDeclan Andrews
LabelXL Recordings
Other creditsB Roll Camera Op: Reuben Bastienne Lewis Colour Assist: Megan Lee

Promonews - 24th Feb 2020

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