Director of Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood, Paul Thomas Anderson, has worked with Haim on the band’s latest video. Set in a retro disco complete with disco balls, glitter curtains and synchronised lines of dancers, the video for Little Of Your Love makes reference to the film that made P. T.’s name.
The director worked with the band previously on its video for Right Now, the first single from its second album Something To Tell You, and studio-based short film Valentine, and has returned to work with them on this second single. Aligning perfectly with Haim’s 70s aesthetics and sound, the video focuses almost solely on the party, shot on location at Oil Can Harry’s in Studio City, California on 31 August 2017.
Paul’s career kicked off when he wrote and directed well-known short Cigarettes & Coffee, but it was Boogie Nights that gave him widespread acclaim. He also directed Magnolia, Punch-Drunk Love, The Master and Inherent Vice, and is due to release another film with Daniel Day-Lewis this year. Over the years he’s also become increasingly known for his music video work, collaborating with Radiohead, Joanna Newsom and Fiona Apple.
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