Chris Sunfield's second video "Predator" is an abrupt about-face following his sunshine pop debut "The Little Things". It’s a provocative poison pen letter to romantic predators and toxic narcissists, exposing their psychopathic and Machiavellian ways.


The video is a black and white montage of Art Deco images from the past and present. Sunfield and model Jelena Rusic heat up the main plot until featured rapper Ya Favourite Lightskin dials in the final assault. Scattered throughout are images of silent film vamps and femme fatales in the process of ensnaring their hapless prey.


Model: Jelena Rusic

Cameras: Chan Khamphoomee, Quest

Editor: Daniel Philbrooks

Storyboard & Direction: Chris Sunfield























"The Little Things" is the debut single by Chris Sunfield on Radar Love Records. The song, written by Sunfield, is a modern, sunshine pop song on steroids, with a wall-of-sound arrangement that's reminiscent of the pop mini-symphonies of a bygone era. Sunfield handles lead vocals, guitars, and keyboards, with support by fellow Radar Love Records artist Vicky Rai on backing vocals. Michael Hanson (Glass Tiger), who produced the song, plays bass and drums. The song is unabashedly campy, retro, and infectious, with space-themed lyrics that urge us to appreciate the simple things in life while continuing to reach for the planets, stars, and moons above. "The Little Things" is the opening shot in Chris Sunfield's music career - a career that will explore more progressive territory in future releases (already in production).