Sweet Tooth were honoured to be Q Magazine’s ‘Track of the Day’ today, as the site premiered the video for new single ‘Venus in Hollywood’ (from their debut album, ‘Everybody Wants To Be In Love’).
Available worldwide on iTunes or Amazon (or your local digital retailer of choice).
FULL VIDEO CREDITS:
Original footage directed by The Belles of the Black Diamond Field (Maximilla Lukacs & Sarah Sophie Flicker), with additional post-production by GrayScale Productions UK.
Video shot at Eastern Effects (Brooklyn, NYC)
Cinematography: Graham Willoughby
Set design: Chelsea Maruskin
Trapeze artists: Sarah Sophie Flicker & Amanda Topaz, dressed by Miss KK
Fleurtini dressed by: Electric Feathers & Erickson Beamon
Makeup: James Boehmer (Director of Global Artistry for NARS), assisted by Anna Sklifas
Hair: Anthony Campbell
Stylists: Leana Zuniga, assisted by Elena Kanagy-Loux
Produced by: Calavera
This is too fabulous not to share.
My talented friend Sarah Sophie Flicker (one of the director duo who produced our forthcoming video) showcasing her style, work-space and trapeze skills in the New York Times:
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Very soon you’ll get to see her swinging from a ‘Venus’ star – the video’s coming asap :)
Further to my recent post re ‘Venus In Hollywood,’ we have some very pleasing news.
At the end of the month I’ll be heading to NYC to shoot a video for the track. It will be directed by Maximilla Lukacs & Sarah Sophie Flicker, who together make up the wonderful Belles of the Black Diamond Field.
The creative treatment they’ve provided is shaping up to brilliant so I couldn’t be more excited.
I’ll let you see their work for yourself – this film was made as a collaboration between Top Shop and my favourite magazine in the world, Lula (of which Sarah Sophie is ‘editor at large’ – a fabulous title if there ever was one).
“Spell” from Maximilla Lukacs on Vimeo.
See more of their work for music and fashion (including ethereal videos for Karen Elson and First Aid Kit) here.
Their aesthetic couldn’t be more appropriate for Sweet Tooth, don’t you agree?