The latest from Promo News
Sing J. Lee is in the middle of a hot streak right now, with this stylish video for Raye following on the heels of his work for Kasabian and Halsey.
Morgan Flaverty and Jake Evans direct a good-looking classic performance video for Tom Forest.
The one and only Chad Van Gaalen does it again with another pure burst of tripped-out freakery for Strand Of Oaks.
And this one is not only amazing and amusing, it happens to be a salutary tale about the dangers of letting super-insect juice invade your central nervous system. If you have a problem with spiders, look away now...
Max Weiland's competition-winning clip for Elton John is a gorgeous love letter to LA.
A woman drives to scatter some ashes, whilst another drives for the joy of being in the city at night. A parking attendant takes an expensive car for a spin and a group of young girls live it up in a limo on the strip. Also, Marylin Manson(!) shows up.
Vince Staples is in a spot of bother but doesn't appear to be all that vexed by the situation in David M. Helman's latest clip.
Just in time for the Twin Peaks revival, Vasilisa Forbes brings us a music video for a deep house track by Jimpster that is very David Lynch.
Isaac Eastgate shoots a dreamy African story with Ugandan artist Kidepo, in a haze of sunlight and sand.
This video looks fabulous - shot in 35mm by Eastgate himself - with Yucca in California substituting for Africa.
Nothing But Thieves and Thomas James pull all the stops out for Amsterdam, the first single from the Southend rockers' second album Broken Machine.
Luti Media have signed Grammy-nominated, award-winning director Colin Tilley.
Zhang + Knight have delivered another awesomely surreal, beautifully shot and graded video, an intriguing visual for French electronic R&B artist Sônge's track, I Come From Pain.
Charlie Manton establishes a lurid and unsettling sci-fi scene for American singer VÉRITÉ's When You're Gone - in fact, perhaps the bleakest family dinner ever created.