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Alfie Jukes
'Not Quite Gone'
4 March 2024 2 mins 53s
Not Quite Gone
by Andrew MacGregor

Recent music videos set on buses include 'Whistle' for Jax Jones and 'drunk text' for Henry Moodle—now we get 'Not Quite Gone' for Alfie Jukes, a singer-songwriter in the doldrums after a break-up ("I used to love this song/But now it just feels wrong").

He thinks the best way to move on is to jump on the night bus with his old-school music player, only for his mind to play tricks on him. When Jukes turns round, he no longer sees his fellow passengers—the poor bloke just sees his ex. It's a trip in more ways than one, and it's fun to watch paranoia take hold on the top deck.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK


production
The Corner Shop
Director: Relta
Producer: Anastasia Liasi
EP: Tess Mitchell
DOP: Billy Kendall
color
Glassworks
Colourist: Daniela Rotaru

  Alfie Jukes - 'Not Quite Gone'


Alfie Jukes
'Not Quite Gone'
4 March 2024 2 mins 53s

Not Quite Gone

Recent music videos set on buses include 'Whistle' for Jax Jones and 'drunk text' for Henry Moodle—now we get 'Not Quite Gone' for Alfie Jukes, a singer-songwriter in the doldrums after a break-up ("I used to love this song/But now it just feels wrong").

He thinks the best way to move on is to jump on the night bus with his old-school music player, only for his mind to play tricks on him. When Jukes turns round, he no longer sees his fellow passengers—the poor bloke just sees his ex. It's a trip in more ways than one, and it's fun to watch paranoia take hold on the top deck.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK


production
The Corner Shop
Director: Relta
Producer: Anastasia Liasi
EP: Tess Mitchell
DOP: Billy Kendall
color
Glassworks
Colourist: Daniela Rotaru

Alfie Jukes 4 March 2024
'Not Quite Gone' 2 mins 53s

Not Quite Gone

by Andrew MacGregor

Recent music videos set on buses include 'Whistle' for Jax Jones and 'drunk text' for Henry Moodle—now we get 'Not Quite Gone' for Alfie Jukes, a singer-songwriter in the doldrums after a break-up ("I used to love this song/But now it just feels wrong").

He thinks the best way to move on is to jump on the night bus with his old-school music player, only for his mind to play tricks on him. When Jukes turns round, he no longer sees his fellow passengers—the poor bloke just sees his ex. It's a trip in more ways than one, and it's fun to watch paranoia take hold on the top deck.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK


production
The Corner Shop
Director: Relta
Producer: Anastasia Liasi
EP: Tess Mitchell
DOP: Billy Kendall
color
Glassworks
Colourist: Daniela Rotaru