The latest from Promo News
There's not much doubting the subject of this debut single (and promo) from New York City rapper/producer Crystal Caines' White Line. And Sam Jones and Andrei Schwartz, aka directing duo Kidshow certainly don't shy away from it.
Directing team Factory Fifteen and production company Nexus have created an epic VFX-driven interpretation of a futuristic dystopian world for Ninja Tune artist The Bug, in conjunction with VICE and Intel's platform The Creators Project.
Jam Sutton has created a series of imaginative, post-enhanced tableaux of conspicuous consumption and greed in his video for producer Lido's Money - featured on the young Norwegian producer/singer-songwriter's I Love You EP.
Director Michael Holyk captures Sam Smith during his hectic summer 2014 schedule in a year that saw the singer become a huge global star.
Shot around festival and tour dates, Holyk's promo for Restart features behind-the-scenes footage, stage performances and cameos from Dynamo and Mr TV, Dermot O'Leary...
Tinashe and ASAP Rocky team up with Jodeb for a bit of dark romance in the promo to the LA songstress' single Pretend, taken from her forthcoming album Aquarius (October 7)
Shot in LA and intercut with scenic landscapes from the great outdoors, Tinashe discovers her lover is cheating on her and embarks on revenge with some help from Pretty Flacko...
Crooked Cynics direct this emotional and captivating story for 'Unbreakable', the new single from British singer-songwriter Jamie Scott.
Beautifully shot by Eric Wycoff, it follows a young girl and her grandfather as they try to make sense of a world after a painful bereavement.
Matt Mitchell's video for The Incredible Magpie Band's This Chose Me centres on a duplicitous evangelist figure, who uses the band's music to hypnotise and sacrifice his followers to ensure his own ascension to the Great Beyond.
Pristinely styled, art directed and shot, Allie Avital Tsypin delivers this deliciously odd, deadpan promo for Classic by Ben Ruttner and James Patterson - aka New York duo The Knocks.
Saint Saviour - that's former Groove Armada singer Becky Jones – continues with a track record of emotionally powerful music videos with Andy Berriman's video for Let It Go, the second release from her upcoming album In The Seams.
Taken from his forthcoming double set Pom Pom, Ariel Pink joins forces with Grant Singer for this strange outing to a shopping mall in Singer's promo for Put Your Number In My Phone.
Pushing a scary-looking Bane-like character around in a wheelchair, the oddly-dressed Pink delivers a lovely deadpan performance...
Universal Music Group has signed a deal with Mirriad, the British technology company that digitally inserts product placement into existing film footage, which will allow advertisers to add their brands into previously released music videos.