The latest from Promo News
The Moons are possibly best known for being two thirds of Paul Weller's touring band, but they're also a respected musical force in themselves, and they get a psychedelic, Bond-inspired promo for Bodysnatchers.
Last week, if you can remember that far back, we put some seriously good shit on PROMONEWS. Including Saman Kesh's new Basement Jaxx, Martin De Thurah's new Robyn & Röyksopp, Hiro Murai's new Spoon, Austin Peters' new Bastille (starring Sophie Turner from Game Of Thrones, pictured) and Yoann Lemoine aka Woodkid's new Woodkid.
Laura Wright steps up as the perfect role model in Barber's Agnus Dei/The Sound Of Strength directed by Peter Falloon aka The Bear. The classically-trained singer free-runs, fences and sings - often acknowledging the camera in a very watchable, Hunger Games-style way. Katniss Evergreen eat your heart out.
London-based production company have signed precociously talented American animator Julian Petschek for UK and pan-European representation.
Using her 'Cinda' dating app, Lucinda Belle meets a succession of potential mates (or prize jerks depending on your opinion) in John Turner's light-hearted and interactive promo for her single Where Have All The Good Men Gone.
Cody Critchloe aka SSION directs Perfume Genius's Queen, from the upcoming album Too Bright, in which gender and sexuality are explored in a series of scenes each slightly odder than the last.
Faces are superimposed, transformed and lost entirely...It's hard to describe, so you simply have to see it for yourself...
And now for something explosive. And also tender, and thought-provoking. Fleur & Manu's latest video, for the Sydney trio Movement's track Ivory, is a frank exploration of sexual intimacy between a young couple. It's all about sex - but it's also about love.
Rémy Cayuela takes us on the journey of sperm in this hilarious promo for Tensnake's Feel The Love.
A 'sergeant major' puts his 'recruits' through their paces as they prepare to be, erm, released...
Piers Dennis and Charles Watson take a unique approach to making a promo for an established act in their video for The Pieces by Sheffield duo Slow Club.
Everyday instances are caught by Laura Coulson for Lil Silva's Mabel as she follows a group of school children in this candid promo.
Love is the theme, exercised in the ordinary – whether that's represented by signed school leaver shirts, playing football, or remembering those not with us.