Model/dancers do their best Busby Berkeley-style synchronized routine both in the water and out, in this music video directed by Jessica Sanders for Bebe Rexha's hit "I got you." The swimming group, known as the Aqualillies, were recently seen in Hail, Caesar! In this video, all of the dances were created on the spot on the day of the shoot to capture the spontaneity of love as they alternate between following Ethan Peck, and acting coy. There's something delightfully old school about it, and it's not just the setting: a midcentury mountainside residence designed by architects Buff & Hensman. It's unadorned with special effects, or gaudy lighting. It's decidedly classy. Even though the women are wearing bathing suits, there's nothing cheap or garish about it. Now if I could just get the song out of my head. Man that's one sticky ear worm.

Directed by Jessica Sanders
Produced by Frankie Ingrassia & Patricia Seely
Executive Producer May Pat Bentel
Cinematography by Ava Berkofsky
Edited by Michael Heldman
Color Correction by Dimitri Rajapakse
Final Conform by Casey Price

Performance and choreography by Aqualillies
Mary Ramsey
Sarah Scott
Diana Care
Katya Frelikh
Megan Hopkins
Jane Kok
Eloïse Marteau
Athena Perample
Ethan Peck
Ethan Peck's choreography by Katie Malia

1st AC: Carman Spoto
2nd AC: Jenise Whitehead
Steadicam: Drew Weaver
Jib Operator: Danny Neal
Asst. Jib Operator: Patrick Belante
Gaffer: Robert Oliva
Key Grip: Jamey Srock
Grip: Alex Zarth
Swing: Isabelo Pascual
Equipment Handler: Nat Gale
Hair and Make Up: Sonia Cabrera
Ethan's Wardrobe by Industry of All Nations
Styling by Katie Malia
Set Photographer: Myles Pettengill III
Cameras provided by Panavision
Special Thanks:
Derek Mattison, Jeanie Joseph, Meghan Lang, Doug Leighton, Scott Friske, Carolina Padilla, Suzanne Hollingshead, Fernando Gerscovich
Altina Films 2017

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