Director: Jamie Hewlett
Co-director: Nicos Livesey
Executive Producer: Bart Yates
Producer: Georgina Fillmore
Gorillaz are managed by Eleven Management.
Production Company: Blinkink
Production Company: Eddy
Executive Producers Eddy: Emilie Walmsley, Lars Wagner
Production Coordinator: Maria Kolandawel
Production Manager Eddy: Stella Ramsden
Line Producer: Fabien Cellier
Production Assistants: Lina Houari, Agathe Derosier
Director of Photography: Max Halstead
1st Camera Assistant: Toby Goodyear
Editor: Paul Moth
Animation by: Brunch
Lead Animator: Romain Barriaux
Storyboard and Layout: Julien Perron
Animation: Romain Barriaux, Julien Perron, Leo Schweitzer, Martin Richard, Paul Nivet, Magali Garnier, Léonard Bismuth, Simon Duong van Huyen, Mathilde Loubes, Victor Chagniot (work experience)
Animation Clean-up: Mathilde Loubes, Antoine Carré
Colour and Shadow animation: Meton Joffily d’Alençar, Rohit Kelkar, Antoine Carré, Constance Bertoux
Compositing: Vincent Ewald
Compositing assistant: Ekin Koca
3D Animators: Erik Ferguson, Oliver Latta, Marco Mori
Analog Synth: Michael Knight
Animation Clips: Lee Hardcastle, Macomoroni, Extraweg, Fergemanden
Animatic: Simone Ghilardotti
Sound FX: Offset Audio
Modest Mouse (2009)
King Rat is a song by indie rock band Modest Mouse and appears as the title track to their fifth promotional single, following The World At Large. The single was later released on the band’s 2009 EP No One’s First, and You’re Next.
Music video by Kashmir performing Surfing The Warm Industry.
Kashmir, formerly known as Nirvana, is a Danish alternative rock band consisting of Kasper Eistrup on vocals and lead guitar, Mads Tunebjerg on bass, Asger Techau on drums, and Henrik Lindstrand on keyboards and guitar.
When the American band Nirvana started to gain success, they changed their name to “Kashmir”, after the Led Zeppelin song.
One of my new favorite bands.
From the album Signal. http://stonesthrow.com/automatic
Rainbow Kitten Surprise (2019)
Director/Animator: Anthony Francisco Schepperd
It’s Called: Freefall from the album How to: Friend, Love, Freefall.
Green Jellÿ (1992/93)
Green Jelly tell a distorted version of a classic children’s story.