The latest from Promo News
Famed for her transgressive and sexually-explicit lyrics, artist and performer Peaches is back after six years since releasing her last album with Light In Places. To celebrate the occasion, she has enlisted the help UK aerialist Empress Stah and a lazer butt-plug to, um, shine a spotlight on her highly-anticipated return on the scene.
Fred Rowson's video for Years & Years's track Foundation, from their debut album Communion, follows a funeral procession permeated with death and decay, which starts with the lead singer Olly Alexander's body lying on a bed of roses.
The Chemical Brothers' regular visual collaborator Adam Smith stood in for bandmember Ed Simons on-stage at Glastonbury on Sunday night during their headline set on the Other Stage, operating the new visuals he's created for the show with partner Marcus Lyall.
Lisa Paclet has created this slightly sardonic take on the concept of Glory for the track by the same name by French electronic pioneer Jean Michel Jarre's team-up with M83.
Lithuanian singer Angelou releases her debut single Lovetrack featuring Ess Vee and paired with this sombre, black and white video of slow-motion portraiture directed by Stefano Margaritelli.
VHS-hooligans Youth Hymns, freshly signed to Partizan, have delivered this off-the-wall video for Love Buzzard's punk track Cash. With animated elements motion-tracked on top of SD footage, it has cartoon-headed, leather jacket-wearing thugs prowling graffiti'd streets and pelting people with brightly coloured cash.
Marisa Garner is now representing a number of directors at London-based production company Nice & Polite for music videos through her company MGA (Marisa Garner Associates): Michael Holyk, Ivan Ogilvie, UFO, Sophia Ray, Urban Strom, Dominic O'Riordan, Chris Hugall, Jade Mortimer, Paul Banks and Hive.
Seth Fuller's interpretation of Nashville ambient group Hammock's album Oblivion Hymns led him to create this deeply emotional music video double-bill.
Talk about mesmerising! Keita Onishi's stunning visual enterpretation of Dynamics of the Subway by Haisuinonasa is a spellbinding, wholly stylish study in music through motion graphics.
Rudimental's usual combination of rhapsodic visuals paired with high-energy drum and bass are paired way down in this video for Rumour Mill by directing collective I Owe Youth. Shot in a classy, polished black and while (nicely photographed by Daniel Morgan) it features Anne Marie and Will Heard jamming in their convertible in a car park.