The latest from Promo News
Maverick Sabre's heartfelt Breathe is matched with an impressive video directed by Johny Mourgue, making something of a comeback into promos.
Warner Bros/Parlophone Records in London has appointed two new members to the record label's video/visual content team, with Andrew Law joining the department as junior video/visual content commissioner, and Luke Thomas joining as video/visual content coordinator.
De La Muerte and their army of make-up artists deliver a stylish visual feast for Kyla La Grange's The Knife.
Shot in an old building filled with paintings, Kyla - styled by Bojana Kozarevic - performs in the arty setting for a couple of ordinary blokes who, we suspect, are feeling a tad out of place...
Hiro Murai's perception-altering and trippy video for Childish Gambino's next single Sweatpants, sees the US rapper experience his own Groundhog Day scenario in a local diner, with increasingly surreal results...
Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast of Oh Yeah Wow! do amazing special effects and stop-frame animation but their video for Melbourne-based band Hudson and Troop is all about the power of costume design.
Following their music video for London based electronic artist Toob, Mr Kaplin has again teamed up with Jake One (aka Toob's) new band, flies+flies for the launch of their debut EP 'Bad Crab Hand'.
Inspired by the work of André Kertész, directors Robert Glassford & Daniel Zucco used the video as a playground, combining lo-fi techniques with CGI.
Sophie Muller's latest collaboration with Birdy for Words As Weapons is arguably their best yet. Birdy plays the ghost of a girl who is haunting her former boyfriend, to prevent him making his new girl (a Birdy clone) suffer like she did. And she fills the role convincingly.
With its copious drug use and tough LA setting, Emil Nava moves into much darker territory than usual with this low-budget video for rapper/producer Nic Goose's Luxury - from his upcoming EP, Golden Silver.
It's a homage to Kids, with an extra dose of surrealism.
Scott Altman joins forces with Dublin duo Darling for the video to Sail Away - the key track from a forthcoming EP.
Scott's black and white atmospheric piece - featuring a 24-strong cast - documents a bunch of very imaginative suburban kids who escape the mundanity of life by putting on a 'soap box derby'...