Last month Glen House and the surrounding estate played host to British singer and songwriter Birdy and folk artist Rhodes, for their music video for the latest single, Let It All Go. The track will feature on Rhodes’ debut album ‘Wishes’.
We have worked closely with estate owners, Tessa Tennant and Bill Staempfli for many years and they have always welcomed every shoot brief LS Productions have presented to them; be it a gorgeous editorial, fashion campaign or this incredible music pop promo video. You can take a look at the estate in its usual daytime glory here.
Glen House has become one of our favourite film friendly locations and we love the way it has been showcased in this video. It shows Scotland in a completely unique way and even brings the stunning Northern lights into the picture. Who knew a classic Scottish estate could become a hipster’s paradise?
Our blossoming partnership means further flexibility for our clients and exclusive use of all the secret spots around the estate. The 19-year-old British singer songwriter Birdy spoke on Radio 1‘s Live Lounge the following morning after her shoot describing her wonderful experience creating the film.
The director Sing J Lee has a reputation for making up and coming artistic music videos, including Years & Years ‘Desire’, Chvrches ‘Under the Tide’, Vance Joy ‘First Time’ and more recently Muse’s video for ‘Mercy’. You can see the full scope of his work here.
Want to see the finished video? Just scroll down to the bottom of this blog...
Artist: Birdy and Rhodes
Director: Sing J Lee
Production Company: Partizan
Location and Service Production: LS Productions