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Just For Tonight

The video, directed by Lukasz Pytlik, depicts a fruity colour scheme amongst romantic frames and contemporary visuals, in support of Grace’s fresh electro-pop flavours.

"'Just for Tonight' is a song about clinging onto something that is no longer there, about spending a night with an ex in an effort to try and revive and resuscitate the relationship. Lying to yourself, looking for the short term fix and living in a moment of dangerous make believe."

  • Lukasz Pytlik
  • Grace Savage, Lukasz Pytlik
  • Grace Savage
  • Grace Savage, Jade Anouka
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Romance, LGBT
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 1, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
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Distribution Information
  • VEVO
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: Internet
Director Biography - Lukasz Pytlik

Lukasz Pytlik started his work in media back in 2008 as presenter in polish music channel: 4fun.tv. Being in front of the camera wasn't as exciting as being behind it: writing stories, directing and editing. Over the next years he focused on writing short horror novels, published and awarded by readers on polish biggest sci-fi/fantasy portal fantastyka.pl where he sharpened his skills as director and editor.

Since late 2014 he decided to focus entirely on working on music videos and has built up an impressive portfolio of unique and visually stunning material in just three short years.

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Director Statement

It's always darkest before the dawn...

Over the course of a night, we follow the story of two lovers attempting to revive a relationship that has long been dead. Rather than represent this as it truly is (bleak and depressing), we wanted to show the desperation of these characters using vivid colours and bright visuals. In the final moments of their love, they are seeing their relationship flash before there eyes in all its messy glory. They are reliving their memories as something more idealised and beautiful than it really was in an attempt to save it. We attempt to capture this dangerous night of make-believe in with trippy visuals and a choppy narrative.

Nevertheless reality must be faced and the video ends with bleak blues and pinks.

"This is the way the world ends: not with a bang - with a whimper"
(T.S Elliot, "It's always darkest before the dawn"