Liverpool's All We Are have a playful sense of invention.
The group's debut album was a delight, with highlight 'Utmost Good' receiving the visual treatment. Now James Beale has stepped in to film a new video, using the original cut as a reference point. It's an intriguing experiment, fusing the old with the new.
All We Are explain: “The first 'Utmost Good' video is really special to us because everyone in it is a mate of ours and some of our favourite artists in Liverpool were filmed for it. The new take on the video taps into a similar vibe - it nods to the new whilst including the old. Sit back, drop a diazepam and enjoy...”
Meanwhile, James Beale added: "Combining the old with the new was essential in this film. This mix was important for the band and something I love to do, so it was a perfect match for creation from the start. From linking VHS to computers and old televisions to cameras, to connecting 'All We Are' with their family and friends all in one performance video was the challenge and this is the result. I love it."
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