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Music Video: Vultures

by Vaults and Rei Nadal on 1 December 2014

Directed by Rei Nadal, Vultures is an otherworldly vision that continues the artist’s move toward music film. Inspired by British electronica band Vaults' ‘dark lullaby’ itself, the video embodies Nadal's signature use of romantic and unsettling imagery in constant juxtaposition.

Directed by Rei Nadal, Vultures is an otherworldly vision that continues the artist’s move toward music film. Inspired by British electronica band Vaults' ‘dark lullaby’ itself, the video embodies Nadal's signature use of romantic and unsettling imagery in constant juxtaposition.

Direction:
Artist:
Vaults performing ‘Vultures’
Dancers:
Karen Bengo, Naomi Weijand, Esmee West, Josie Pocock, Anjula Kelly and Chloe Ferns
Art Direction:
Hayley MacDonald
Costume Direction and Styling:
Hair:
Roku Roppongi, Nicole Kahlani
Make-up:
Lucy Bridge
Film Edit:
Claire McGonigal
DoP:
Gabi Norland
Colourist:
Aubrey Woodiwiss
Choreography and Casting:
Aaron Sillis
Executive Production:
Music Video Representation:
Joceline Gabriel
Head of Production:
Margo Mars
Production:
Hannah May
Production Management:
Ben Larthe
Photographic Assistance:
Styling Assistance:
Peghah Maleknejad
Lighting Gaffer:
Yan Murawski
Electricians:
Joseph Gainsborough, Mark Mark Gauthier
1st AC:
Julia Green
Grip:
Wolf Wasserman
DIT:
Ewan MacFarlan
Runners:
Jon Cheung, Kaseem Ismail
Commissioner:
James Hackett for Virgin EMI
Special thanks to:
Nick Knight and all at SHOWstudio, Barnaby Laws at Panalux, Arri Media and Splice

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