Sweet Tooth are a London-based duo consisting of chanteuse Fleurtini and producer Gavin Hammond. Their sound is an elegant cocktail of film-noir jazz, underground electronica and retro guitar pop. Without missing a beat, they combine electro-swing, 1950s lounge, Brixton dub, Hollywood glamour, comic book culture and kitsch sci-fi soundtracks.
The video for their first single “Everybody wants to be in love” was shot by David Packer of Sheep Films UK. It was made by printing a number of beautiful illustrations that Aaron Bevan-Bailey had drawn for the band onto pieces of card. Packer cut them out and arranged them on a table with pieces of wire to hold them up. He then used a copy stand and digital camera to film the camera moves, using the ruler on the stand to move the camera a millimetre at a time. Sometimes he would film the camera move twice with different lighting set ups and then fade between them in after effects.
The result is truely beautiful and perfectly resembles the band’s film noir style!
If you enjoyed the tune, you are welcome to support the artists by considering a purchase in iTunes. To get a glimpse of the band’s musical portfolio, feel free to visit their MySpace page. You can also follow them in Twitter, YouTube or Facebook.
The band’s website is at https://sweettoothmusic.co.uk/ (there is a lovely song waiting for all newsletter subscribers –> click at the heart in the middle). They also have a cute blog page with lots of art and beauty at https://sweettoothmusic.blogspot.com/.