For the first single of Dry The River lead singer PD Liddle's debut solo album, Brock Neal Roberts' delivers a restrained dystopian vision where a middle aged women must undergo a remarkable transformation, in order satsfy the demands of her male counterpart.
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'Flesh anxiety: the body at the infrared end of the spectrum.'
Directing team in/out use thermal imaging to explore the human body for The Horrors, and the result is suitably ghostly for their song Ghost. It's also endlessly fascinating.
Yes, a music video by Mondino!
Francobollo bassist and resident music video director Sam Bailey's latest for the band sees him dabble with pixellated animation, with the help of editor Samuel Lewis.
When Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux co-directed the video for PUP's Guilt Trip, he really started something.
James F Coton and Masato Riesser have juxtaposed the documentary and music video genres in their fascinating film about the lives of members of Japanese biker crew The Specter Gang.
Collaborating again with Kav – guesting on this track for Robson – Martin J Pickering directed this cinematic performance-based video.
Shot by Mark Pickering, on the Movi Pro rig, in and around the Barbican and the back streets of Shoreditch, the video has striking, contrasting visuals of brutalist architecture and colourful urban graffitied streets.
Django Django head out on a trek into the unknown in Jed Hart's impressively epic video for Marble Skies.
The four flag-bearing bandmembers are on a journey through a hostile desert wilderness, one that takes them into a surprising place. And ultimately they find they can change the weather, to suit the songtitle - even in the desert.