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Peace 'Money' by Ninian Doff

Peace 'Money' by Ninian Doff

Ninian Doff invites you into a world of suits, braces, boardrooms, secret handshakes and bizarre gestures in his highly watchable promo for Peace's Money.

Ninian's video is a well-cast, sharply-executed swipe at male bravado and Masonic politics. And then it takes an unexpected turn...

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Triggerfinger 'Perfect Match' by Joe Vanhoutteghem

Triggerfinger 'Perfect Match' by Joe Vanhoutteghem

Coming shortly after his version of a performance video for Editors, Joe Vanhouttteghem is now spoiling us. Here's his new video for Belgian outfit Triggerfinger – and he's treading new ground here too.

The video for Perfect Match sees Joe's take on the sex comedy. Which means a whole new level of slightly unsettling reality-suspension and weirdness has been added. 

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Videos Of The Week (April 7th - April 13th 2014)

Videos Of The Week (April 7th - April 13th 2014)

Some superlative videos appeared on Promo during this week, from Skrillex to Simian Mobile Disco to Maya Jane Coles' laundrette earth-mother, and a lot more besides - like an Estuary tale by George Belfield for Arthur Beatrice, a tainted love story for Jackson and his Computerband by So Me, and Josh Homme hanging out with his Japanese businessmen buddies to indulge in a spot of ultra-violence

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Wild Beasts 'A Simple Beautiful Truth' by Klaus Thymann & Mike Hughes

Wild Beasts 'A Simple Beautiful Truth' by Klaus Thymann & Mike Hughes

A Simple Beautiful Truth, from Wild Beasts' acclaimed new album Present Tense, has inspired this joyous video directed by Klaus Thymann and Mike Hughes, which sees the band wearing electric suits and dancing around the Brecon Beacons. 

It's an unbeatable combination of stunning scenery with absurdist behaviour - with wonderfully inventive costume design by Grace Snell.

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Equals 'Pyre' by Louis Ellison

Equals 'Pyre' by Louis Ellison

In his video for Equals' Pyre, Louis Ellison cleverly integrates the talents of dancer and choreographer Fabrice Omores with the song's fiery theme. The dancer makes his way through the backstreets and deserted docks of East London, emitting clouds of smoke, with smouldering clothes.

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