London indie rock outfit Little Cub have released this resonant and melancholic video by Lily Rose Thomas, offering up a glimpse into the life of a Londoner in her mid-twenties.
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Eoin Glaister completes his Silhouettes Trilogy for Aquilo with a poetic third act.
James Lawes' promo for Atriums is a beautiful piece of narrative film that blurs the lines of what makes a traditional music promo.
The second part of Eoin Glaister's Silhouettes Trilogy for Aquilo picks up pretty much where part one left off, but where that focussed on the ice-skating champ daughter here the emphasis is on her dedicated and hard-pressed father, played by Perry Benson. And it quickly reveals the reason for the closeness of the father and daughter relationship.
Eoin Glaister has directed a trilogy of videos for Lancashire band Aquilo, three interconnected narratives that highlight different aspects, and different characters, within a bigger picture. The release of the first video coincides with the announcement that Glaister has signed to Agile Films for music videos and commercials.
The guys from Dutch Uncles spend a day at Buxton Raceway - taking advantage of the racetrack's windswept, cinematic rural location - in this video for their title track from upcoming album Big Balloon.
London indie-pop group Girl Ray go for a game of rounders at their local stamping ground in this delightful video for their track Trouble by Alex Cantouris. And we're left utterly charmed.
Wild Front and Jake Hargreaves deliver an ice-cold performance video for Tumble Party.
Mixing recording formats and featuring some throwback roller-disco aesthetic charm, the video is part performance, part symbolism. It has to be said, there's something about watching a woman rollerskate around a 120kg block of ice that makes you ponder the infinite.