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5 December 2019

Blood Brother

by Andrew MacGregor


Leif Vollebekk: “Blood Brother” - 4 mins 25s

They say you should never sit on the top deck of a bus on your own, but - as this likeable promo for Leif Vollebekk demonstrates - there is fun to be had on occasion. So it proves for one introverted passenger, who turns round to see the Canadian folk singer in the middle of performing his latest track, 'Blood Brother'.

It may not be everyone's idea of a floor filler, but Vollebekk's coffee shop-tempo tune is enough to inspire a top deck jig by the commuter as early morning London comes to life in the background. Whether it's worth the 'punishment' doled out to the man in the end is debatable, but director Joe Connor's elevated visuals make the trip worthwhile.


Director: Joe Connor Ⓟ Ⓦ (You Are Here Ⓟ Ⓦ)
Producer: Fred Bonham-Carter
Production Ass'nt: Alice Burridge
Cinematographer: James Henry Ⓦ (WPA Ⓟ Ⓦ)
Camera Team: Yolande Haynes
Editor: Blaine Pearson @ tenthree Ⓟ Ⓦ
Location: London, United Kingdom

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