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Crawlers F*ck Me – I Didn’t Know How To Say


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Liverpool risers CRAWLERS return with new single ‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’.

The band have signed to Polydor, and their second major single could be their most uncompromising to date.

A gnarly rocker with a killer chorus, ‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’ delivers a knockout blow, matching super-stylised songwriting to a real sense of catharsis.

Dig a little deeper, however, and you’ll find lyrics that play with risk and daring, with Holly Minto chasing to reveal aspects of her relationship with her own body.

‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’ deals with trauma and recovery, with Holly commenting: “Fuck Me (I didn’t know how to say)”’ is a song very personal to us as a band. The song covers two ideas behind sex. First the trauma and disgust after sexual assault, and then the idea of how at the time of writing it I haven’t felt loved and only used for my body and for sex rather than the love I really wanted at the

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WOMEN WALKING


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DIRECTED BY NETTI HURLEY
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER & ON SET PRODUCER: ZOE ROSE-DAVIES 
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: HANNAH BELLIL
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: NELLIE HERON-ANSTEAD 
PA / COVID OFFICER: LUANA DEL VECCHIO 
RUNNER: DINA JACOBS 
DOP: KAROL JURGA 
FOCUS PULLER: BEN PARISH DIR
CAMERA TRAINEE: TARA SADEGHI 
ASSISTANT: SOFIA BORIOSI DIR 
GAFFER: LEE PARFITT 
ART DIRECTOR: ROSIE BONNAR 
PROP STYLIST: OLITA-MAY FORBES ADAM 
STYLIST:CELIA ARIAS 
STYLISTASSIST:MAOMI YAKOSHI
STYLISTASSIST:CAROLINA TAVIRODIR 
MUA:GRACE ELLINGTON
MUA ASSIST:SAMANTHA LONG 
MUA ASSIST:EMMANOUELA MEGKISTOU
HAIRSTYLIST:LAURAINE BAILEY
HAIRASSIST:NAOMI WARWICK
HAIRASSIST:SHEREE JOURDAN

EQUIPMENT – ONE STOP
STUDIO – SUGAR STUDIOS

BROTHER MODELS 
Olive Bass
Rachel Duncan
Chloe Pierre
Ingrid Lisa
Sophia Khokhar
Darcy Jouza
Wilhemina Gilbertson-Davis
Christina Okpala
Talia Jordan Lewis 
Joey Darlinn 

EDITOR: ALI  GILL
GRADE: TIM SMITH – CHEAT 

SOUND DESIGN- JAMES EVERETT @ NO.8 
KAREN NODEN @ NO.8

MUSIC – ANNA WALL

COMMISSIONING TRACK
“WOMEN WALKING” BY MERC THE BIG BODY BENZ

SPECIAL THANKS STINK FILMS

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Everything Everything – Bad Friday 


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 UK art-rockers Everything Everything have announced a new album Raw Data Feel, the follow-up to 2020’s Re-Animator. Along with the news is a lead single, “Bad Friday,” 

Special thanks to Garden Studios for facilitating this project in their studios in Park Royal.

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Youth | Trust | McDonald’s UK


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