The latest from Promo News
Matt Diegan & Francis Newall document a young man's inner turmoil, and his disturbing obsession with a girl, in their promo for the clattering chaos of Johnny Foreigner's Stop Talking About Ghosts.
Shot on a rooftop in the centre of their city, London trio Real Lives are subject to this Joe Alexander-directed promo for Dab Housing that turns a loose, adhoc band performance into a get together with friends...
Jamie T is back - but frankly, he's not looking too good...
Erik Gustafsson shows us just what a monkey trapped in a zoo wants to do, in this animated music video for Junior Sanchez vs. Bad Suns' Salt.
Jon Jon Augustavo documents a tale of bittersweet revenge in his promo for UK singer-songwriter Ella Eyre's Comeback.
Having been confronted by her boyfriend's brazen cheating ways, Ella and her friends turn up at his house. And then do a spot of rearranging...
The song's called English Kids In America, and Lower Than Atlantis play the role to a tee in Daniel Broadley's video.
Featuring an amazingly cool tree-house, Andrew Donoho constructs a unique and real get-away-from-it-all world for a young couple in his promo for Cigarette Song by Atlanta singer-songwriter Raury.
Powered by beautiful photography from DP Nathaniel Hurtsellers, Donoho severely contrasts the idyllic scenery with a bit of pyromania...
Jaime Pardo has created an engaging and artistic mostly-CGI promo for Dolman's Monobrow – a playful blend of stark geometrics, tattoo imagery and vibrating skulls that matches the track's tone and beat.
Ryan Staake explores what he calls 'infinite tunneling' in his new video for the catchy electro-pop of Danish duo The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's My Club.
It's a very cool technique, and as Ryan explains below, he was helped, if not infinitely but greatly, by the alluring charisma of band frontgirl Mette Lindberg.
From a great new video by Hiro Murai for Chet Faker, to Ninian Doff's latest one for Peace - and new videos by Emil Nava (for Gaslight Anthem), Sophie Muller (for Beck), Vaughan Arnell (for The Script) – here was work from some directors who are surely in for a shout for the big best director award at the UK Music Video Awards in November.