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U2 - Every Breaking Wave

(Power House Acoustic)

  • Director/Producer Mark Fewell
  • Director of Photography Jez Mason
  • Lighting director Bill Waters
  • Camera operators Nat Hill Mike Callan Rob Mansfield Jon Dibley
  • Jib camera operator Joe Oliver
  • Jib assistant Matt Baker
  • Sound recordists Robin Green Matt Johns
  • Digital technician Steve Gould DiT assistant Gary Burvill
  • Art director Tom Rackley
  • Lighting Assistant Chris Jelly
  • Camera assistants Gary Parkhurst Dom Gorton Bex HIll
  • 1st Assistant Joseph Steyne
  • Filmed at Metropolis London
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A powerful, yet intimate acoustic performance of Every Breaking Wave by U2 from their new album, Songs of Innocence. Produced and directed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell at Metropolis, London, for international broadcast, we think you’ll agree this is a rare and special performance – like having Bono, Edge, Lary and Adam round for tea and biscuits and they insist on playing a song in your front room!

Jake Bugg

What Doesn't Kill You (Brixton Acoustic)

  • Mark Fewell Director/Producer
  • Jason Olive DoP
  • Ryan Seville Camera
  • Andy McDonnell Jib Camera
  • Grip/Lighting/Camera Billy Waters
  • Sound Max Honsinger
  • Sound Assist Nick
  • Runner Martha Foster
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Jake Bugg performs an acoustic version of What Doesn’t Kill You at the POW in Brixton prior to his ‘sold out’ three nights at the Academy. The video, produced and directed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell, was picked up by Vevo and had over 50,000 plays in its first month.

Florence + the Machine

Shake it Out

Florence sings an acoustic version of her hit single Shake It Out at Paul Epworth’s studio. Shake It Out was released as part of the deluxe edition of Florence + the Machine’s second album Ceremonials. This acoustic version of Shake It Out by Florence was filmed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell for Island Records.

Florence + the Machine

Lover to Lover

A powerful acoustic version by Florence of her hit single Lover to Lover recorded for the deluxe edition of Florence + the Machine’s second album Ceremonials. Filmed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell for Island Records at Paul Epworth’s studio. Lover to Lover was released on 30 November 2012 as the fifth and final single from Ceremonials.

Mona

Mona the album

  • Mark Fewell Director
  • Chris Poole Production Manager
  • Bob Williams Cameraman/DP
  • Jeremy Fusco Lighting / camera
  • Keith Tunney Sound
  • Wheels 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
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The boys from Mona blew into town all the way from Nashville, to mark the occasion we flew in a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz all the way from, er… Essex! Everyone immediately fell in love with the car, and the band? Our favorite album of 2011 so far.

Florence + the Machine

Lungs, broadcast epk

  • Dri Risers album of 2009
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The set for this shoot was Florence’s own bedroom, an Aladins cave of books, clothes, jewellery, pictures, trinkets and personal items. Florence had only just stepped off the plane from LA so it was even more remarkable when she shrugged off any signs of jetlag and delivered a wonderful interview.

Mona

Track by Track

In 2011, Mona won’t be hard to find. They’ve already caused a rumpus in the UK, with the buzzed-about release of Listen To Your Love and two crushing-room-only London shows at Rough Trade East in Brick Lane and at The Flowerpot in Kentish Town.

Mona

Teenager

Teenager is scheduled to be Mona’s first fully commercially-available single. Mona band member Nick says about it: “It’s the song that sums up being a chump, dealing with love and hate and very basic human emotions.”

Mona

Listen to Your Love

  • Mark Fewell Director
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There’s a thin line between rock’n’roll and religion, and nowhere thinner than in the intense, sharp, sweat-drenched, duelling-guitar euphoria of Mona. The four-piece Nashville-based band – or family, or gang, or band of brothers – are young, charismatic punk preachers.

A powerful, yet intimate acoustic performance of Every Breaking Wave by U2 from their new album, Songs of Innocence. Produced and directed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell at...

Jake Bugg performs an acoustic version of What Doesn’t Kill You at the POW in Brixton prior to his ‘sold out’ three nights at the Academy. The video, produced and directed by...

The boys from Mona blew into town all the way from Nashville, to mark the occasion we flew in a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz all the way from, er… Essex! Everyone...

Leaving Bob Geldof’s house with 20 tapes and a degree of expectation we knew we’d have a job to get Bob’s career into a 10 minute epk. Bob himself got involved and even...