The latest from Promo News
Courtney Barnett introduces her new solo record (quite quickly after the release of her team-up with Kurt Vile on the excellent Lotta Sea Lice LP) with Nameless, Faceless and a kooky melange of cut-out fun from Berlin-based animator-director Lucy Dyson.
Jack Barraclough's video for Mind Enterprises's old-school dancefloor magnet S.H.A.K.E. is very daft indeed - in a good way.
New girl on the block Tayá makes a big impression with Sashinski's slinky, sensual and sexy video for Skin...
Patrick Lawler has created a song-and-dance spectacular in nighttime downtown LA for Claptone.
Lawler – a director, DoP, editor, motion graphics and VFX artist, at DECA Creative – engaged choreographer David Moore to create a brilliantly vibrant routine centred around a masked man representing the mysterious Claptone (who turns out he's quite the showman).
Colourful lighting and expressive performance combine for a finely poised music video for Grace Carter - aptly captured in near-silhouette - directed by Jackson Ducasse.
Georgia Hudson's beautifully-crafted video for Tom Misch combines a spectacular winter landscape with urban cool, knitted together by an element of subtle magic.
While a dancer performs on an ice-covered lake, rapper Loyle Carner delivers his performance in a house in London. But Tom Misch is elsewhere - performing the soulful jam Water Baby from under the ice.
Hot new boyband In Real Life take turns in wooing a young lady on the streets of LA in Nicholas Lam's chirpy video for Tattoo (How 'Bout You).
Haim's emotional 'homecoming' show at The Greek Theatre in LA in October last year has been immortalised by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Anderson filmed the sisters performing a stripped down version of Night So Long in rehearsals at the empty theatre - which then cuts (visually at least) to their performance that evening.
London band Psychic Markers are captured in performance in this visual by new director Clint Trofa, which gives full rein to the lounge-lizard persona of frontman Steven Dove.
Intercut with shots of flowers, adding to the dreamy approach to Fields Of Abstraction, this was shot at Scandi-style cafe/bakery/workspace Benk + Bo (situated in East London, of course).
Filled with intense highs and lows, Emil Nava captures the honest, intimate confessions of love from Eminem and Ed Sheeran in the compelling new video River.
Femi Ladi has created an episodic docu-drama for South London Rapper A2's project Blue: Winter's Only Winner, which follows him through different aspects of his life, from work through to play.