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A Closer Look at the Cinematography of Harry Styles' Satellite Video

A Closer Look at the Cinematography of Harry Styles' Satellite Video

  Harry Styles' latest single "Satellite", directed by Aube Perrie and featuring an adorable WALL-E inspired robot is now out now. In it is revealed a tale of unrequited love. In the video, a miniature Roomba-esque robot comes to life and embarks on its own voyage across the world, even attending a Harry Styles concert! Camerawork Harry Styles pays his hardworking crew behind Love on Tour credit in his music video for "Satellite." Aube Perrie, an LA-based cameraman credited with inventing Stomper the robot seen throughout this clip - as seen here - deserves special mention as its creator has worked alongside stars like Googly Eyed Gnome and The Luminous Cat! The video begins backstage at Styles' sold out Kia Forum in Los Angeles, where she regularly performs for 15 nights a month. As soon as the lights dimmed, a small roomba was caught by camera thanks to an actual Mars Rover (not an hologram), who showcased something about NASA's Curiosity mission. An impressive sight, the rover, the hologram, and many other impressively designed gadgets all take centre stage in this cinematic display. One of the most amazing moments comes when a small robot shows its true colors by creating a trippy sequence worthy of any modern art gallery. While simple in appearance, its end result creates one of the most compelling music videos ever released by this singer. Lighting On May 3rd, Harry Styles debuted the video for his song "Satellite." Directed by Aube Perrie - who previously directed "Music for a Sushi Restaurant" visual - it features an adorable robot inspired by NASA's Curiosity rover's journey across Mars which has left it alone and isolated for over 10 years - in this adorable robot-themed music video! In the music video, we see our robotic friend working backstage at a Harry Styles concert, rehearsing and moving around as the singer performed. At one point, it even rolls onto stage to watch! As soon as the show concludes, we see the little robot depart from its venue and begin roaming through Las Vegas in search of adventure, eventually making its way towards Curiosity's location across America. However, it appears as if the robot has hit an impasse, as it reaches a diner and leaves its venue to enter rain-drenched city streets before crossing an unsafe highway and meeting up with a rat before eventually returning back to its venue. Even in harsh conditions, the little robot perseveres and explores new people to further its search for love. After finding a field with Styles nearby and enjoying lunch and sleep beside each other before looking up towards the stars for answers in its night sky journeys. This scene could easily have come straight out of an Edward Hawke painting called Nighthawks, depicting loneliness and alienation in urban environments. This painting provides the perfect parallel for what the song conveys about being alone and waiting for someone else to bring you in. Harry's hardworking crew members assemble to produce an eye-catching music video for "Late Night Talking," his fourth single from his 2022 album Harry's House, which will no doubt delight his fans. Through this music video, he further cements himself as a pop icon with his own distinct vision. Sound Harry Styles, as an integral member of One Direction, greatly values the team of hardworking individuals behind him that makes the Love on Tour possible. From those arriving days before his shows to make them their mark and security personnel who attend every performance, these amazing people help him reach his current status. Director Aube Perrie provides us with an inside glimpse at Styles' hardworking crew in his new music video for "Satellite". His film depicts an animated robot named Stomper falling for NASA's Curiosity Mars rover, then embarking on an epic cross-country journey to find it. This video begins backstage at a Harry Styles concert, where a vacuum cleaner becomes mesmerized by Curiosity's lonely life on Mars and becomes mesmerized itself. Soon enough, Curiosity embarks on its journey toward reaching its intended mate on Mars' surface; Styles' video brilliantly conveys this sense of being pursued by someone you have always desired to be with. In this video, Curiosity can be seen scurrying around discarded boa feathers at The Forum before leaving in search of adventure. His journey through LA traffic resembles Edward Hawke's famous painting "Nighthawks," as he makes friends with rats along the way and even crosses highways in search of the same sense of connection that Curiosity experiences. NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida also plays host, where the robot attempts to contact Curiosity using satellite technology before its battery runs out and its lights switch off before ultimately becoming inoperable and ultimately dying. "Satellite" is Styles' fourth single from his 2022 album Harry's House and follows "As It Was," which spent 15 weeks at #1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart. Although less catchy than other tracks on his record, "Satellite" still packs plenty of heart. Lyrics such as "Spinnin' out waiting for you to pull me in" have quickly made this track fan favorite; its stunning visuals featuring rover and robot travel have further cemented that status. With an intriguing music video and emotional lyrics "Satellite" could become contenders for best song of 2018. Editing Harry Styles is one of the world's biggest pop stars, and his fans have been eagerly awaiting the debut of his music video for "Satellite," the track off of 2022 album Harry's House. On Wednesday (May 3), it finally dropped, telling an endearing tale of love between humans and robots that will surely bring smiles. In this video, a Roomba-esque robot gets inspired by watching a Mars Rover on TV, then travels all around the globe searching for it. Beginning at an Ava Styles concert backstage, its journey becomes both cute and sci-fi! Beginning in Los Angeles, Styles is getting ready for a concert while his tiny robot watches as NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover documentary plays on television. After seeing this footage, she falls deeply in love and embarks on an expedition to track it down. From there, it travelled across the country and even across a desert before eventually trying to reach NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida where Curiosity lives. Unfortunately, however, before its battery died and eventually ran out it ended its journey by reaching a large satellite dish outside. The video then transitions to Harry Styles standing near a satellite dish with folded hands looking up towards the sky, staring into space with eyes shut tight. A red line illuminates in the background to indicate that their battery had expired. Styles' recent "As It Was" music video demonstrated his impressive editing skills, showing us once again his ability to get his music heard by the masses. Both single and video helped Styles attain his second UK number one; however, we may see his album make waves in the charts at some point later.

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