Today sees the release of a brand new video by ISO for their latest single – GIVE ME SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN.
The single is a band favourite from the EP ‘Passages’ and contains a general sense of nostalgia for youth – being young and realizing that it is all in the past.
The video was directed by Dirk Boshoff and was shot in two locations in Johannesburg. One location was on a rooftop of an old property in Houghton and the second was in Dirk’s studio (inspired by True Detectives) over the course of one day. Drones were used to do aerial shots of the performance and it was an awesome experience for the band to work with Drones for the first time. They were able to get shots from very high up looking down on the performance, as well as across the Johannesburg city skyline.
GIVE ME SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN is a performance video that uses an overlay editing style without a narrative.
ISO would like to thank:
DIRK BOSHOFF – Director
MICHAEL SCHAAPHERDER – Cameraman
COENRAAD DE BEER – Drone controller
HANNAH PAINE – Assistant
TONY DA SOUSA – Producer
MANDY SEPTEMBER – Styling and make-up
KYLE MIJLOF – Behind the scenes photographer
ZELDA VAN STADEN – Assistant
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