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Pigeon “It’s you” - Official Music Video

‘It’s You’ is the third track of Yagana, the debut EP of UK-based band Pigeon. An emotionally charged song that tells the story of a burning desire.

Pigeon is an exciting new act coming out of Margate featuring powerful vocals of Falle Nioke, combined with the metal, grunge and ambient backgrounds of Tom Dream and Josh Ludlow, while Graham Godfrey and Steve Pringle bring their jazz-soul pedigree.

We partnered with our friends at Soundway Records to promote Pigeon’s debut by directing and producing their first music video. We’re thrilled to have worked with the band and the Margate family in this collaboration, directed by Federico Urdaneta and featuring the stellar performance of Danni Spooner.

  • Federico Urdaneta
  • Danii Spooner
    Key Cast
  • Binalogue
    Production Company
  • David Carrizales
    Executive Producer
  • Marcus Stenbeck
    Executive Producer
  • Freddy Cardenas
    Executive Producer
  • Nathan Craig
  • Miles Ridgeway
    Director of Photography
  • Ted Rogers
    Movement Director
  • Gus Sharpe
    Costume Design
  • Thomas Goldser
  • Josep Ribas
    Visual Effects
  • Faith Millin
    Color Grading
  • Siobhan Hogan
  • Luke Snowball
    Steadicam Operator
  • Anthony Mchugh
    1st AC
  • Daniel Kolditz
    1st AC
  • Kane McArthur
    Production Assistant
  • Jalen P Jenkins
    Supporting Cast
  • Lennie
    Supporting Cast
  • Ayrton Gavin
    Supporting Cast
  • David James Weddle
    Supporting Cast
  • Jason Mcdonald
    Supporting Cast
  • Dolly Springthorpe
    Supporting Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 23 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 19, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - Federico Urdaneta

Federico Urdaneta is a British / Colombian film-maker who has lived and worked in New York City, Italy, Sweden and London. Following an artistic residence in the Fabrica institute in Treviso, Italy he now lives in London (UK) where he works as a commercial and fiction director. His short documentary "Hunter" was finalist in the Encounters with Herzog competition (selected by renowned director Werner Herzog), and his fiction shorts have been selected in festivals across the world. His new feature documentary "Green Bank Pastoral" is currently playing in festivals around the world.

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Director Statement

The Origin of the Species

THE STRANGER lives in the depths of the ocean and comes out of the water once a century to feast. They're hungry for everything: our food, our clothes, our trinkets, our people. Since they only have one day, they move quickly. There's no time to waste with the niceties that lubricate society. They take what they want and move on.

They're used to the water, so every time they come out it takes them a moment to get used to walking. Sometimes they crawl sometimes they slither. The process towards standing straight reminds us of the origin of the species. From fish, to reptile, to ape. All in one day.

It's not easy work, but they love it. By the end of the day they're full and satiated. They throw away all the shit they collected (they can’t take it down to their underwater lair), or even better, they burn it. They love fire. They rarely get to see fire.

Then, they rest. Happy.