RedTails – Setting Sun

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Be prepared to dance until you see the Setting Sun in this music video from RedTails. The self described future pop band bombards the viewer with some absolutely insane visuals, including the impressive costume of lead singer Colette Francis-Lee. The video cuts between the band’s performance and a seemingly unrelated woman in a room. Throughout the rest of the track the woman undergoes a few gnarly transformations as she repeatedly counts down to the refrain of the song. Sounds pretty simple, but the inventive visual tricks employed make this surprisingly intricate music video.
RedTails has already gained an impressive amount of acclaim for critics like BBC and Electric Harmony. “Something Fresh & Different,” “Energetic, hook laden, magic carpet ride” and “The sound of your new favorite band” are just a few of enthusiastic reviews for this new band. Don’t be left behind; watch the video for yourself and find out what all the fuss is about.

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‘Setting Sun’ is the lead track from RedTails debut EP ‘The Start of the Beginning’.

Band: Colette Francis-Lee, Rick Carrington and Dan Alland

Cast: Amie Sawyer ( + Twitter @AmieFaySawyer) and Alana Jones (Twitter @alanajones91)
Director/ Producer/ Editor: Scott Hayden
Production Assistants: Alex Scher-Smith and Levi De Sousa
Camera Operators: Jordan Garwood and Josh Wake
Photo Documentarian: Chelsea Blunden
Hair and Make-up: Hollie Skinner
After Effects Guru: Nathan Jarman

2nd Unit Director/ Editor: Lucy Korol Smith
‘Fighting Beauty’ Cinematographer: Harvey Araja
‘Fighting Beauty’ Make-up: Hollie Korol Smith
Excerpts from ‘Fighting Beauty’ by Lucy Korol Smith Copyright 2014 – Lucy Korol Smith

Filmed at Proteus Creation Space (@ProteusTheatre) – May 2014

Thank you to John Hicks and the team at UK Health Radio for supporting the band and the BCoT students gain exposure of their work

The pre-production for this project is on to assist the exceptionally talented @bcotmedia students when they come to produce their own video work.