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Hozier - Almost (Sweet Music) (Official Video)

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“Almost (Sweet Music)” from the new album Wasteland, Baby! which is available now: https://hozier.lnk.to/WastelandBabyID

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Director/Editor: Blythe Thomas / @_blythethomas
Producer: Libby de Leon / @libbstagram

DP: Julia Swain
AD: Matthew Breda
Steadicam: Peter Keeling
1st AC: Jasmine Chang
2nd AC: Sam Heathwolff
Special thanks to Panavision

Gaffer: Jonathan Alvarado
BB Gaffer: Nathan Krauss
Key Grip: Larry Schuler
BB Grip: Dom Ciofalo
Swing: Tannie Xin
PA: Alex Woods

Production Designer: Philip Sieverding
Production Designer: Griffin Stoddard
Art Assistant: Zack Angeline
Art Assistant: Gio Mjavanadze

Colorist: Arianna Shining Star
Sound Design: Cody Twitchell
VFX: Matthew Delisi

Talent Coordinator: Mia Shelton
Dance Couple/Choreographers: Cameron Boyce, Christine Flores
Tap Dancer/Choreographer: Leo Manzari
Jazz Trio: Grace Kelly, Olithea Elizabeth, Compton Timberwolf
Cello: Susan D. Mandel
Piano: Julius Rodriguez
Listening Room: Philip Sieverding, Christina Suzuki, Ryan Cobleigh, Hal Degroat, Azain Brito, Rachel Kang

Hozier HMU: Megan Lanoux
Talent HMU: Emily Klein

Columbia Records:
Video Commissioner: Jill Kaplan
Video Assistant: Alexa Zeliger
Video Intern: Audrey Fenter
Marketing: Alyssa Lopresti
Digital: Betsy Whitney, Ian Block
Stills: Ian Block
BTS: Andres Escobar

Mgmt: MCD / Caroline Downey

Filmed at The Metropolitan Building in New York

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