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The news that David LaChapelle was working on a music video for Florence + The Machine has spread over the internet quickly and left many people would be curious to check how the meeting of two aesthetic so great and fantastic. Now he left, we see that "Spectrum" fulfills its role well as clip, but less impressive than expected.
Co-directed by artist John Byrne, the video redeems visual references of ancient Egypt, putting Florence Welch of Cleopatra as a sort of 21st century scenarios with little (or no) naturalism - the exact style that consecrated LaChapelle in your photos. The difference lies with the plans of the ballet, in which a free camera moves around the stage with more realistic (understand the stage as the stage, we see the structure of the lighting and even the floor and ceiling are in evidence several times), breaking the fantasy of other sequences.
It`s beautiful, it is well done, but it is not the most interesting work of any of these artists. It is possible that either production has already been very pleased to have such heavy names involved in the project that did not bother to charge more than the final result, or the cache of directors has blown the budget for more scenes that mingled with the style of Florence to LaChapelle - which is what most wanted to see.