The latest from Promo News
Actor and comedian-turned-rapper Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino gets together with Hiro Murai to demonstrate a dark sense of humour for 3005 - set on a ferris wheel in a fairground, where Gambino is taking a ride with his favourite bear.
And if you think that the bear gets some unjustifiably rough treatment, at least he's still in his seat at the end...
Zac is back. Zac Ella's video for Superfood's Melting is an experimental split-screen performance video, using different film and video formats, shot in a delightfully scruffy loft space, almost certainly situated in London with a post code beginning with E.
American band Little Daylight are given the Special Problems treatment by Campbell Hooper - one half of the celebrated Auckland-based design/direction team – for their song Overdose. Studio-shot live action of the band and their good-looking pals is transformed by a layer of freeform 3D animation and the merging of multiple images. A stunning mix of simplicity and mad abstraction.
With his first music video Rollo Hollins has directed a gripping account of a young speedway rider played by Sam Jones who is torn between his unscrupulous manager, who persuades him to ride while injured, and his girlfriend, who's appalled and terrified by his decision.
A pretty woman gets hassled by two meatheads in LA director Melvin J Montalban's video for Australian act Boy & Bear and their new single Three Headed Woman.
Shot on location in Hutchingson Minnesota, the promo is in hyper slo-mo with some beautiful and clean photography from Tania Lambert.
El Reynolds' promo for Lani Ford's Red Wine & Cigarettes documents a love temptation as the Texan singer-songwriter wrestles with her conscience.
Shot on a rooftop with some cityscape photography of New York's financial district in the background, the promo is peppered with scenes of Lani hanging out a lounge as she awaits the arrival of Mr Wrong...
The latest Bowie video from The Next Day is a powerful anti-war film, featuring over 100 clips of original archival footage from 20th century wartime, compiled and manipulated by British designer and director Tom Hingston.
Josh Cole has done it again. His first video since winning an MVA for his awesome Manila-set video for Rudimental's Not Giving In, for the Chase & Status's Alive ft. Jacob Banks, is another compelling tale of young lives engaged in a daily dangerous struggle for survival in a far-flung community.
Shot over two days in Mexico City, Sammy Rawal's promo for Metric's Lost Kitten follows one's man unusual search for home.
The video documents ballroom dancer/actor Sheldon McIntosh as he searches for his mother, collecting mysterious symbols and clues from pedestrians along the way and showcases Sheldon's display of brilliant body-bending choreography.
Eliza Doolittle goes about her day missing her boyfriend who is 7000 miles away, in this charming Rémy Cayuela-directed promo to her single Walking On Water.
Shot in London and Cyprus, Cayuela documents the lovers as Doolittle's beau decides to run across Europe and swim across the Channel to be with her...