November 2020


‘Crying at the Discotheque’ which was filmed in empty venues across London to raise awareness of #WeMakeEvents and the lack of support for the live events industry during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Taken from her upcoming new album ‘Songs from the Kitchen Disco’, Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Greatest Hits, Sophie’s recent single is a sparkling Studio 54 take on Alcazar’s 1990’s hit, The video, created by long-term collaborator Sophie Muller, was filmed recently in empty venues across London and sees Sophie ‘Crying in the “empty” Discotheques’ to raise awareness of the #WeMakeEvents initiative and the lack of support for the live events industry due to Covid-19. The venues included are Bush Hall, Apollo Theatre, St Moritz, Clapham Grand, Heaven, Omeara and The O2.

Production Company: PRETTYBIRD UK
Executive Producer: Juliette Larthe
Producer: Chris Murdoch
Director of Photography: Robbie Ryan
1st AC: Connor Hunter
Drone Operator: Ben Hoy-Slot
Hair & Make Up: Lisa Laudat
Black Cab Driver: Keni Laudat
Minibus Driver: Mark Hopson
Camera supplied by Panavision
Lights supplied by: PixiPixel
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Compare it with Russian project "Плачу на Техно ("Crying at techno"):

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