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Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Bastille - "Survivin'" [Pop]

Survivin'

"Survivin'" music video by Bastille
Added: 06-10-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Bastille - survivin' (Official Video)

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Listen here: https://ift.tt/3cmGj01

Director: Reza Dolatabadi
Producer: Reza Dolatabadi
Written by Reza Dolatabadi & Alex Kirkland
Character Design and Key Frames: Hamid Bahrami
3D Visual Effects: Amir B Ash
Animation Supervision: Ehsan Ansari
Character Animation: Ehsan Ansari, Yasin Haghighi, Ehsan Jafarri
Backgrounds: Henry Wong, Henrik Evensen
Supporting Background Artist: Shahab Serwaty
Edit and Compositing: Reza Dolatabadi
Storyboards: Hamid Bahrami
3D Layouts: Amir B Ash
Colour Graded at Electric Theatre Collective
Colourist: Jason Wallis
Colour Producer: Olly Whitworth
Character Colouring: Sara Sobhrooyan, Parsa Javaherian

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Originally the solo project of London-based singer/songwriter Dan Smith, Bastille combine glossy '80s synth textures and arena-friendly choruses into dramatic yet earnest, brooding yet joyful songs like their hit single "Pompeii," which helped them sell millions of their 2013 debut album, Bad Blood. Later on, the band expanded on and refined their approach. For 2016's Wild World, they added hints of R&B, dance, and rock as well as overtly political songwriting, then took a conceptual and confessional approach on 2019's gospel- and house music-influenced Doom Days.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Bastille

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