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26/04/2018

Clean Bandit BRITs Performance Produces Unique Visuals

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Really Creative Media has helped produce Clean Bandit's unique live BRITs performance with its visuals package.

The live Brit Awards 2018 ceremony was broadcast on ITV on February 21 and hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall. It took place at The London Studios.

The LED set wrapping around The London Studios was designed by Bruce French and directed by Paul Dugdale.

Special content was also rendered for the three screen video cello.

The Creative Director for Clean Bandit's performance was Rob Sinclair.

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