Ian Brown has today released the brilliant new video, for his single ‘From Chaos To Harmony’, which was written and directed by London-based film director John Nolan, whose background in animatronic effects influences this ‘80s inspired short film.
Shot at a fairground in Southend-on-Sea, the video features Ian recreated as a Zoltar robot in a fortune teller machine which grants a wish to a boy at the amusement park, played by British actor Noah Jupe (‘A Quiet Place’, ‘The Night Manager’, ‘Suburbicon’).
The video also stars Daniel Peacock (‘Quadrophenia’, ‘Gandhi’, ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’) as the fairground owner, as well as Ian as himself.
‘From Chaos To Harmony’ was the second single to be taken from Ian’s new album, ‘Ripples’ - his first solo material in nine years. Released on 1 February, the album is Ian’s highest charting record since 2007, reaching Number 4, and is his joint second highest chart position ever.
Check out the video for ‘From Chaos To Harmony’ - BELOW: