Here’s a little promo film for the band Foster The People. I shot the timelapse, added a bit of GoPro action, and did the edit.
Foster The People, who had the massive hit ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ in 2011, and their label Columbia Records (Sony Music Entertainment) have been commissioning murals to promote their new album, Supermodel. They created a huge one in L.A., which as I understand it took twelve days, and was timelapse filmed from many different angles. It’s really a great film, which generated A LOT of views, I’d suggest you seek it out.
So when Naked Noise were asked to shoot a similar mural in Shoreditch, London, but on a smaller scale, with much less time (just a few hours), we had to find a way to make this one unique. It had to stand out in some way against the L.A. mural timelapse. I’m happy to say I think we achieved it. Our film, helped along by a great track from the band, has a positive, people-centric vibe. It’s about the area, the people, the artists.
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