The latest from Promo News
Canadian band YYZ - featuring Ali McNally, former music video rep at Soup Factory in London - have now just released a lyric video for their new single I Wanna Be With You, created by Ali's artist sister Diana, and featuring a deadpan humour unusual in most lyric videos - and paying homage to back-in-the-day computer games, by feautring a bitmap version of Ali, mouthing the words to the song..
The stylish re-creation of wackier bits of Seventies Euro-cinema meets American psychedelic pop in the video for Sleep Sun's Galaxy Punk, directed by Gerson Aguerri out of CANADA.
Rob+Rob director Rob Brandon makes UK singer-songwriter George Ezra stand out from the crowd in his promo for new single Budapest.
Supported by a huge ensemble who play pass the parcel, put on 3D glasses, take part in chili-eating competitions - whilst George enjoys a spot of crowd-surfing...
Jamie Magnus Stone is a very promising young director fresh out of film school, who's short film called Far Removed has been recut to work as a video for Amber Run's track Spark.
It tells the poignant story of a young boy and his friend - a giant robot made of cardboard.
Melbourne-based production company Oh Yeah Wow are claiming that the visual idea in the final part of the new One Direction video has been copied from one of their videos, and are looking to rally support via social media to publicise what they consider plagiarism of their original concept.
Javier Alejandro's video for the effervescent three-piece indie band The Scruff's track Policeman is a very watchable comic narrative that mirrors the song's subject matter - a young drug-dealer's run-ins with the long arm of the law.
COMPULSORY have added two new directors to their growing directors' roster: Ty Olsen and Victor Pakpour.
Lewis Kyle White creates a visual journey of movement and colour on Altrego's Miraculous Epiphanies - the first track from their forthcoming new album.
White oscillates between an uncluttered, simple band performance and an orgy of digital, geometric shaping added in post to drive the video...
A remarkable music video for Danish singer-songwriter Ane Trolle's song Ribbon Arms by Canadian filmmaker Kevan Funk. Two lonely people - a young porn actor and a seamstress (played by Ane) - are invited by smiling acolytes to a meeting of an evangelical church, where the congregation are in thrall of a charismatic minister.
Lasse Martinussen's video for Who Made Who's Dreams is a suitably surreal experience, with the song performed by bikini-wearing Marie-Lydie Nokouda, presiding over a family slowly drowning in a pool...