David Knight - 17th Apr 2014

Some superlative videos appeared on Promo during this week, from Skrillex to Simian Mobile Disco to Maya Jane Coles' laundrette earth-mother, and a lot more besides - like an Estuary tale by George Belfield for Arthur Beatrice, a tainted love story for Jackson and his Computerband by So Me, and Josh Homme hanging out with his Japanese businessmen buddies to indulge in a spot of ultra-violence in Hiro Murai's video for Smooth Sailing.

Just goes to prove once again that usually the most dangerous men are wearing suits. 

David Knight - 17th Apr 2014

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