The latest from Promo News
French directing duo Parachutes prove their VFX worth once again with this great infinite loop video for Yuksek.
James Fitzgerald's video for the Dublin band Funeral Suits is the story of a teenager in rural Ireland, coming to terms with the fallout created by his father's desertion. It features Ryan Burke, a 14 year old from County Offaly, who gives an excellent performance as the boy who is trying to become a man.
Laura Mvula gives a solitary eulogy at her own funeral in this beautifully shot, understated video from Damien Weilers.
Finn Keenan’s second collaboration with Louis Berry results in this super-stylish, VFX-enhanced performance video where an endlessly duplicated Berry develops a smouldering, tango-esque relationship with the girl playing Nicole, the subject of the song. And she keeps multiplying too.
Manchester-based directing team Grandmas have made a video for Exploded View's song Orlando, that was completed shortly before the terrible events in Orlando, FL in the early hours of June 12th.
Metal band Of Mice & Men's new video for Pain, directed by Mark Lediard, combines a stark, black and white performance, with eery footage of girls in leotards writhing on the ground, contorted in pain - and then contorting some more.
Director Iain Simpson has taken a trip to Malawi on behalf of Beating Heart, a project that combines music originally recorded in the country in an epic field recording project, remixed by contemporary artists.
Surreal vignettes make up Bastille's cool new video for Good Grief - directed by Jesús Hernández aka NYSU - repeating until they slowly begin to relate to one other, taking shape into the semblance of a coherent narrative.
Gavin Filipiak has created a compelling video for the Pet Shop Boys' Twenty-something, which follows the story of a San Diego gang member after he is released from prison, who after his initial elation, and his best intentions, struggles to get his life back together.