Sean Glass’ West Hollywood apartment is a hub for creativity, filled with art, slogans and quotes to steer him toward ideation and execution. READ: Target Diversifies Nude Lingerie Line With More Color Options Than Ever BeforeAbove his kitchen entrance are the words “Ultralight Beam,” the opening track’s title on Kanye West’s 2016 album The Life of Pablo. “To me, it means to try to make the best f**king thing in the world,” Glass explains.
This obviously isn’t a $1,000,000 video. So? Francis and the Lights‘ latest clip didn’t need a mean budget to be the winner it is. Lights keyboardist Jake Schreier pulled a double shift and directed the dazzling, yet simple video in one take. The band jams in an abandoned warehouse while lanterns, lamps, and spotlights beam in and out. Get it? It’s just Francis Farewell Starlite, his band, and the lights.
"If you don't have a sense of style," begins Los Angeles stylist Matt Goldman, "I don't know if you can ever look good in clothes. Or feel comfortable. We all have those days when you get dressed and you don't feel like yourself. Now imagine that and then going on camera.