Red House of 1844 Crew recently released ‘Stop the Rain’. 

The song is his interpretation of Brit Pop and features a music video filmed in London. The track doesn’t really feature elements of the 90s Britpop movement – led by the likes of Pulp, Oasis, Blur and Suede – and is likely more an interpretation of more recent pop music stylings that incorporate electropop elements, not exclusive to British pop music.

Filming locations include:

  • The Priory Tavern, Belsize Road
  • The flat you see him in is also on Belsize Road, North Maide Vaile, near Kilburn High Road Underground Station
  • Hungerford Bridge
  • He emerges from Attendant, a cafe that was once a public toilet in the heart of Fitzrovia.
  • He runs through Whitehall, passing Trafalgar Studios
  • The staircase is at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, it famously featured in the Spice Girl’s video for ‘Wannabe’
  • The Central Line at Kilburn Park
  • Tongue & Brisket on Wardour Street in Soho
  • Regent Street – the large mock-Tudor building is Liberty’s.
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Check out the mv for ‘Stop The Rain’ below:

 

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