Promo News - 2nd Apr 2019

Here's our round-up of the music videos that floated our boat, where all around was sinking further into despair, in Mad March.

So enjoy the joys of AMA in the gym, Chemical Brothers' doggie in space, Fat White Family doing Python, Hak Baker doing booze and everything else, George Ezra in a music biz run by kids (ahem), Karen O and Spike Jonze making video history on the Late Show, Hozier getting very creepy, Sigrid not getting weepy... and in arguably the timeliest video of the month, Nick Murphy feels the full force of Insanity (above). 

Don't suppose there's much chance that sanity will be restored in April...

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Promo News - 2nd Apr 2019

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