Mahalia 'Sober' by Chris Day

Mahalia 'Sober' by Chris Day
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Mahalia mulls over the indiscretions of the previous night in Chris Day's charming video for Sober, shot by Matthew Emvin Taylor, with different formats and stills employed to rewind to her unwise party romance.

"This story is totally about the morning after. Thinking about the night before - all the mistakes you made, all the muddled texts you sent. I always talk about how this song is a representation of realising a situation is not good for you and getting yourself out of it. This is me waking up and smelling the roses. Now that I am sober…” - Mahalia via diymag

Credits

Director
Chris DayChris Day website
Producer
Lana Salfiti
Production Company
PartizanPartizan website
Executive Producer
Claire Stubbs
Production Manager
Joe Browne
1st AD
Kwesi Mcleod
Director of Photography
Matthew Emvin Taylor
Focus Puller
Robin Wester
2nd AC
Mahalia John
Gaffer
AJ Walters
Editor
Flaura Atkinson
Editing company
The Quarry
Colourist
Jim Bracher
Grading company
The Mill
Commissioner
Lucy Rogers
Label
Atlantic Records

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