York Pub Transformed Into A 1930s Jazz Joint For Music Video

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From YorkMix.

 

Two talented buskers swap the 21st century streets of York for a 1930s Speakeasy in this great new video.

Singer songwriter Rachel Croft can often be seen in King’s Square, and pianist Karl Mullen has been wowing visitors for many years by playing a bright red piano outside the Minster.

Now they’ve teamed up with local award-winning filmmaker Dave Thorp to shoot a music video.

The atmospheric video sees them covering the Duke Ellington and Irving Mills jazz classic It Don’t Mean A Thing.

“We wanted to produce more than just a straightforward song, so we decided to make a short film that would hopefully capture an audience’s imagination”, says Karl. “Dave shot it with a real 1930s feel.”

 

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