Behind The Scenes Photos - Crying on the Dancefloor (Music Video)

Photography - Nik Pate.
Makeup - Philipp Ueberfellner.
Hair - Luke Anderson.

Catalogue - PLOX 016 / CRCD PLOX 16
Producer - John von Ahlen
Engineer - Juan del Toro
Synthesizer - John von Ahlen
Vocals - Francine
Backing vocals - Johanna Gervin and John von Ahlen.
Written by - John von Ahlen.

Originally Recorded at Subterrane Recording Studio

Production Credits:
Producer - John von Ahlen
Engineer - Juan del Toro
Synthesizer - John von Ahlen
Vocals - Francine (Crying on the Dancefloor)
Vocals - John von Ahlen (Faded Memory)
Vocals - Lillia Mendoza (Dry 2 The Bone)
Backing vocals - Johanna (Crying on the Dancefloor)
Written by - John von Ahlen

Film Clip Credits :
Photography - Nik Pate
Makeup - Philipp Ueberfellner - Make-Up Artist
Hair - Stuart Garvey
Stylist & Photographer's Assistant - Luke Anderson
Wardrobe - Manuel Díaz - Fashion Designer
Graphic Design - John von Ahlen

Space Judge - Francine
Angel Judge - Johanna Gervin
Evil Judge - John von Ahlen

Ballroom Couple - Julia Farestvedt
Ballroom Couple - Kirkland Hey

J Pop - Kelsey Ellison
J Pop -  Abigail Mills
J Pop - Roseanna Auckland

La Phyzz - Laura Driver
La Phyzz - Jodie Churcher
La Phyzz - Cheryl Cannon
La Phyzz - Kyra Spratley

Hero Boy - James Kirkland-Hey

Director - Simon Wan
Director of Photography - Sam Morgan Moore
1st Assistant Director - Eric Buchannan
Lighting Gaffer - Paul Box
B Camera 1 - Tom Styles
B Camera 2 - Micheal Henry
Editor - Simon Wan
Stylist - Nik Pate
Hair - Luke Anderson
Makeup - Philipp Ueberfellner
Costume Designer - Manuel Díaz
Location Manager - Amechi
Location Supervisor - Dee Baxter
Grip / 1st Aid - Tony Ireland
Production Assistant - Daniella Olaleye
Chaperone - Lorraine George
Catering - Floria Cafe, Amechi
Production Manager - Raj Rudolph
Producer - Simon Wan
Producer - John von Ahlen

Recorded at Subterrane Recording Studio

Additional Information:
Released July 28 2014. This song was written by John von Ahlen and submitted for consideration to Andy Bell. Unfortunately Andy Bell didn't end up using the track.
But a year later John ended up remixing Erasure (twice!) and supporting them live in London on tour, so it all worked out in the end! :)