Never Shout Never - Red Balloon

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"Red Balloon" from Never Shout Never's New Album Black Cat
Director - Taylor Washington
Producers - Cory Runyeon and Taylor Washington
Executive Producer - Jon Lurie, The Wild Honey Pie

Production Manager - Brittany Reeber
First Assistant Director - Dax Stringer
Second Assistant Director - Emmett Kerr-Perkinson
Director of Photography - Jeff Ray
First Assistant Camera - Marshall Copous
Second Assistant Camera - Taylor Camarot
Editor - Cory Runyeon
Sound Design - Curtis Henderson
Production Designer - Robert Christian
Prop Master - Thomas Velle
Set Decorator - Stephen Willowby
Hair and Makeup - Jessie Maranda
Dolly Grip - Anil Gonnabathula
Key Grip - Alex Diamond
Grip - Mariana Gonzalez
Grip - Jack Langlois
Grip - Ross Clark
Grip - Ryan Sax
Grip - John Jackson

Cast - In Order of Appearance
Picnic Girl - Kelly Anderson
Picnic Boy - Alonso Sandoval
Couple Boy - Josh Peña
Couple Girl - Stephanie Figueroa
Football Boy - Steven Mikula
Football Girl - Blaire Babyak
Choreographer / Lead Dancer - Serese Brown
Dancer - Natalie Tischler
Dancer - Ethan Santo
Man on Bench - Mark Wilson
Flute Player - Elizabeth Rambo
Trombone Player - Bekah Downs


Check out Never Shout Never’s new, whimsical, one shot “Red Balloon” music video, a track from their latest release Black Cat.

“‘Red Balloon’ was a cool song to write. It tells a story of self-realization and finally seeing the bigger picture after some tribulation. I’ve always been a fan of personifying inanimate objects. It was difficult deciding what kind of video would do the song justice. We went through a few video ideas before we came to this one. I enjoy this version because of the simplicity. One shot videos have always been my favorite type, along with animated,” frontman Christofer Drew says in a interview about “Red Balloon” with Artist Direct. “We shot this down in Austin, Texas on a day off from the tour we’re on. It only took a few hours to get it right. One shot vids are always an adventure because you have to get it right all in one take. Luckily this one was relatively easy. Although, we did have to play to the song sped up to twice the speed so that was a little tricky. It gave it a cool slow-mo vibe. All in all, I think the video turned out really chill. I’m excited to experiment with more one shot videos in the future. I’d like to get more creative and psychedelic with it. This s**t is fun. Thanks for listening!”
-- AP
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