British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware has shared a brand new music video for her track “Bear in mind The place You Are” off her album What’s Your Pleasure? from final July. The video stars British actress Gemma Arterton and was directed by BAFTA-winning director Dominic Savage.
The “Bear in mind The place You Are,” video, known as a “quick movie” by the British singer, was shot on the empty, locked-down avenue of a London. Though the streets seem desolate with out the standard bustling London crowds, Arterton is proven discovering the sights she loves and smiling with nostalgia as she watches a fantastic dawn from Primrose Hill in Regent’s Park. The music video is a message of hope throughout the U.Okay.’s third nationwide lockdown.
Watch the “Bear in mind The place You Are” video right here:
On the video, director Savage writes that it was “impressed by the actual feeling that was felt after we filmed within the abandoned streets of eerily unusual lockdown London on a Saturday evening/Sunday morning. The emotions and feelings within the movie are a real reflection of what that felt like, and what this time invokes. Disappointment, nostalgia, ache and defiance. However after we climbed Primrose Hill and the solar began to rise above the town, there was actual hope and pleasure for a future that can absolutely be ours. Listening to Jessie’s music. There is no such thing as a doubt of that.”
Equally, Ware additionally shared, “To have [Savage and Arterton] realise my track with a fantastic ode to London and the eager for human contact and interplay couldn’t be extra of a praise. It’s a really cherished piece of labor.” Viewers of the video will see this “ode to London” as a message of hope and lightweight throughout the pandemic, and hopefully London’s streets might be vibrant and crammed with folks once more quickly. Ware has additionally shared movies for “Save A Kiss,” “What’s Your Pleasure?” and “Spotlight,” all tracks from the album.
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