Raja Virdi captures compelling new talent Freya Ridings in a one-shot live performance video, performing a cover of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' wonderful Maps.
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Jack Lightfoot presents three slick, dazzling live videos for Kasabian as part of Vevo's Off The Record series.
Aitor Throup and Sing J Lee have co-directed a wacky, masterfully executed live video for Kasabian's Are You Looking For Action?, harnessing the energy of live performance in a clip that was shot in Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in one continuous take on May 9th, and streamed live as it was shot on Facebook.
From the slick, VFX-heavy, deliciously visceral video for Lights Out, the second Royal Blood track from their new album gets a raw, lo-fi, even more visceral treatment by Ben Lowe.
Paul Thomas Anderson ushers in the return of Haim with a gorgeous 35mm live session.
Guido Benedicto's experimental and episodic documentary Magnetic Days follows Spanish indie-rockers Polock in the recording sessions for their latest new album, in four interconnected mini-docs.
It features the band laying down tracks, in a variety of locations, for four songs: Roll The Dice, Morricone, Devil Echoes and Venecia.
Dan Massie's live session with Ed Sheeran is a stripped back and simple living room performance.
Shaun James Grant teams up with Vevo Lift to bring us this wonderful, stripped down performance from Rag'N'Bone Man.