La Faute - Bronswick

Music video directed by Catherine White
Produced by Consulat & Amélie Glenn
Cinematography by Jean-Luc Oicle

Sound design by Cult 

photo Émilie Mercier

A hushed and textured closed door in a house that seems frozen in an indefinite time with both baroque and modern retro looks. Inside it we find the duo Bronswick who relaunch a bowling ball from room to room leading us into a subtle choreography, almost reminiscent of children's games. In the distance, a choir is heard. Children are singing in the backyard, their eyes glued to the window.

The music video explores themes of duality, contrast, second chances, both hope and letting go. These moments of life when the human being has the impression of being caught in time.

The universe of the clip is halfway between the psychomagic of Jodorowsky, Lynchesque dreams, a cult vibe and a certain nursery rhyme.

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

photo Émilie Mercier

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