Fiona Jane of Woman’s Hour describes how the film came about:
“With this video we wanted to create something that reacted to the song in a meaningful way. Our aim was to capture something of how we play our live performances, which for us is a very intimate experience. The use of silhouettes came as a response to the song, reflecting it’s darkness and melancholy. It was a privilege to work with the Line of Best Fit team; a very natural process of throwing ideas around until one idea stuck.”
Best Fit Editor and session director Paul Bridgewater continues:
“Best Fit exists to champion new music and we do that in the best way we can – be it through words, pictures, shows or – in this case – our first collaborative film with one of the UK’s most exciting bands.
In both sound and aesthetic, Woman’s Hour are ridiculously talented. Bringing together the skills of our in-house production team with the band’s hyper-focused and self-aware vision of their music and image was the natural way to show our readers what’s truly special about them.
It’s more than just a session – the collaboration has resulted in something we’re sure will bring Woman’s Hour to a wider audience and it’s created a model of working we want to continue to other bands we love.”