The latest from Promo News
Ben Murray and Ross McDowell are back with the video for man-of-the-moment Joel Compass's Forgive Me, where once again they elevate a live performance with innovative staging and effects. And this time its all about the lighting.
Duncan Roe depicts a world of loneliness in this highly watchable promo for Placebo's Too Many Friends.
Focusing on a couple of headphone-wearing ladies, Duncan heavily contrasts their isolation with a happy young girl running free (sans cans) out in a country field...
Libby Burke Wilde at The Blind Club has directed this intimate yet raucous gig by Royal Blood at The Harley in Sheffield, turning a thrilling live show into an excellent promo for Little Monster.
Remi Weekes, one half of directing team Tell No One, has directed this video for New Zealand duo Broods which is a very atmospheric, and very damp, ghost story.
Johnny and Bowie have a dance-off; the Haim girls try out a dance routine; Kaiser Chiefs get theatrical in the Yorkshire Dales; Duke Dumont's boombox guy has a Thai fantasy; crazy stop-motion meets 3D printing stuff for Julio Bashmore...
Taken from his forthcoming album Caustic Love (April 14), Paulo Nutini joins forces with Huse Monfaradi at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in North London for the promo to Iron Sky - filmed as a live video.
Huse's choice of setting and vintage, authentic feel suits the organic track - which sees Mr Nutini very much at home delivering a spirited performance...
Gerald 'Ras Kassa' Hynes and his team set up in Jamaica for an authentic carnival vibe in this spirited and energetic promo to Move Back by dancehall star Stylo G.