Rob Ulitski - 22nd Feb 2021

What do you get if you combine a supercool female LA rock duo, a Scottish pop-star stomper, and a Berlin-based boundary-pushing icon? You can see for yourself, in Josh McCartney's psychedelic-tinged lyric vid for High Horse. 

Intertwining BTS footage of a high-energy studio session - shot at the Foo Fighters' Studio 606 in Northridge, California - featuring Deap Vally, KT Tunstall and Peaches with Yellow Submarine-style lyrics and vivid animations, the concept transcends the usual lyric video fare, transporting viewers to a mesmerising, kaleidoscopic parallel world. 

It's a truly innovative collaboration - and as magical as it is unexpected. 

Credits

DirectorJosh McCartney
ProducerAlexander Preston
Director of PhotographyAnthony Ferrara
EditorJosh McCartney
LabelCooking Vinyl

Rob Ulitski - 22nd Feb 2021

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