Creativity blossomed in April, suggesting that this may be a bumper year for music videos.
Videos Of The Month - March 2017
Good grief, we almost forgot the pick of the month for March. Now that just won't do.
We couldn't let the month pass without rounding up it's glorious muisc video highlights, and there were plenty in March. The year is certainly ramping up now, with return of Gorillaz, Lorde, Kasabian, Kendrick Lamar (above), and Run The Jewels. All returned with powerful stuff.
Plus, big videos for Travis Scott by Fleur Fortune, Rag'N'Bone Man by Greg Davenport, and very good work by a number fo up and coming directors including Hector Dockrill's new Ray Blk. Plus Joe Connor's Coldplay video finally saw the light of day. So another busy and very creative month in music videoland.
Two months into 2019, and we're clocking up some very good work, from Dexter Navy's latest collab with A$AP Rocky to Low Country hip-hop artist Zwanger Guy's eyecatching videos.
No hanging about in 2019. You guys have hit the ground running with an unusually strong start to the year in terms of the output of music vids.
Another playlist on the video output of 2018, and this is the one that's all about the final month of the year. As the holiday season loomed, December was the month that saw a customary …
In the video for Jessi Williams & Coyote, co-directed by Kimberly Stuckwisch and Melora Donoghue, the dreamlike atmosphere is matched to the physical and metaphorical …
A mere twenty-seven years since they last worked together, Sophie Muller directs Shakespears Sister. And it's a total joy.
Rescue Me, OneRepublic’s highly anticipated new single, gets a wonderful video directed by Christian Lamb, and choreographed by Sherrie Silver, about a young boy who brings a combination …
Bingo rivalry gets fierce, and then gets a musical makeover in Talk Talk Talk, Eoin Glaister's latest for C Duncan - and the follow-up to Impossible.
Things get bouncy, and then acrobatic, in Grant Taylor's video for Stanton Warriors summer house tune Up2U, when a group of friends find a load of mattresses on their way home. As you do.
Beatrix Blaise uses costume, makeup and dance to capture the themes of uncertainty of new love, human sensitivity and boundaries in her video for I Am Boleyn.