The latest from Promo News
We have several artists picking up where they previously left off - even if it's also a jumping off point for something new - in the pick of last week's videos. That's the case with the new Duke Dumont video by Tim Main (from Tim & Joe), and in the latest Jungle video by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, and also with Naughty Boy hooting up once again with Ian Pons Jewell.
Can a dance-based animation be NSFW? Maxime Bruneel's 'Dat A Freak' for Diplo kind of is. Twerking, daggering and stripping combine in this all-round crazy animation based on the best real life footage out there.
Maxime and his team carefully rotoscoped each shot, adding a layer of design work on top. Tough job, someone had to do it...
Entry deadline for the UK Music Video Awards 2014 is now just two weeks away, on Wednesday, August 6th. And more awards open to entry at the UKMVAs than ever before.
Yoann Lemoine AKA Woodkid has described his final visual release for his album The Golden Age as "somehow about my love/hate relationships with men." And certainly the epic 11 minute promo – also featuring music by modern German composer Max Richter – is open to interpretation.
Dancer Sharifa Tonkmor simply stuns in Mike Lee Thomas' promo for We The Wild’s Trampoline as she produces a captivating and emotive freestyle performance.
Shot between downtown Kingston and Ladbroke Grove in London, Daisy Dickinson shows that music is for all ages in her feelgood video for Benny Page's Champion Sound - featuring the adorable Josiah, aged just five.
Inspired by Dylan Thomas' poem Missing, Arthur Valverde directs this beautiful fashion short for Source with music by Matthew Stone, featuring some gorgeous photography from Xiaolong Liu and a stunning dreamy underwater section...
Utilising all facets of west London's Power House complex, Metropolis Studio's label enlisted the trusted hands of their in-house production company and director Ramy Dance for Ashley Roberts's Woman Up.
The promo for former Pussycat Doll Ashley is, of course, full of dancing, and a few costume changes – and there's also a cheeky hello from Kimberly Wyatt...
BUG returned to the BFI Southbank on Thursday July 17th with a midsummer round-up of the latest music video creativity, hosted by super-talented actor and stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe.
Is it better to be on the outside looking in, or on the inside wanting out? Helen Takkin has created a moving promo for Galvanic Elephants' We Are Together following the story of four girls and their dysfunctional love/hate relationship.