About

Neon Cat is Lior Molcho (Director) and Danit Sigler (Cinematographer), the power duo who  created over 200 music videos in their home country of Israel before moving to L.A where they have worked with such acclaimed artists as Alanis Morissette, Enrique Iglesias, Stone Temple Pilots, Elle King and Sia.

Their artistic music videos, which combine epic story lines with counter culture themes, caught the attention of Sia and culminated in the rebellious Banksy inspired graffiti video for "Alive" and the subversive music video for "Cheap Thrills" depicting a 1950's dance competition that gets crashed by a pair of Sia bewigged 2016 imports - or best described as "Sia goes full throttle Fonzie."

On their work being called "Highly Original" and "Unique", the couple attribute to their insistence on reviving practical effects and classic in-camera techniques from the 80's as opposed to the "over used CGI tools which are the go-to", which lend their videos a unique analog feel.