The latest from Promo News
Wonderful World was written about Solomon Grey singer Joe accompanying his mother to Dignitas, and his conflicting feelings of experiencing both loss and comfort knowing she had made the choice she wanted to make.
Look closely enough at this picture, and you'll see LA psych pop stalwarts So Many Wizards...
It's a graceful performance piece of their new track Millipede, directed by Steven Tralongo.
This impressive video for Au/Ra by German director Granz Henman builds a gripping thriller within the confines of a hospital where the staff barricade themselves into to the eponymous panic room, fleeing from an unknown threat.
Au/Ra is making more leisurely progress towards the room - and why is she holding that human heart...?
Raja Virdi's video for House of EL has been under wraps for nearly a year, waiting for the right moment to be released.
It's a restrained but impressive affair which features engaging performances from each of the featured artists, captured in pools of light by the roving camera, in a single take.
Eivind Landsvik creates an intimate portrait of Norwegian synth pop artist Kai Gundelach in the video for Past The Building.
Labour-of-love of the week so far is certainly this stop motion animation for Fingers and Thumbs — the acoustic solo project of Dark Horses guitarist David Wheeldon - by Ian Newcomb. He spent three years thinking about making it, and then a whole year actually doing it.
Forest of Black director Oscar Sansom takes the wheel for the worldwide release of Black Car, by Swedish superstar Miriam Bryant. Using in-camera FX to represent the song's turbulent emotions, they make intimacy look suitably alluring and explosive.
Luke Monaghan presents an old school New York hiphop video with a distinctive cinematic edge for Flatbush Zombies, and it makes compelling viewing.
rubberband's video for Toulouse's Found is about a man who dies, and then comes back from the dead. Or does he?
Halifax's finest The Orielles go on a little outing in Yorkshire in Jack Barraclough's video for Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist).
It's an enjoyably breezy affair as the band take shelter from the bleak winter of 2018 in a pub where genuine old-school Northern Soul dancers are putting on the moves, showing they still can do their stuff.
Chris Turner - aka Favourite Colour: Black - provides some dark role reversal in his video for Creep Show.
Kelela has got together with the Spanish-born, London-based digital artist Claudia Maté to create this superb animation inspired by The Sims videogame.