The new Blood Red Shoes vid was inspired by the photography of Pennie Smith for the cover of the Clash's London Calling. It's also the best live music video in ages.
Mark Brown's The Journey Continues by Shelly Love
Shelly Love puts her serious chops in modern dance and choreography to good use here for the remix of the Lloyds Bank theme. Good stuff, and of course it also brings back fond memories of this.
|Production Company||Draw Pictures|
|Director of Photography||Stein Stie|
|Commissioner||CJ Hassay for Positiva|
Deep in the forest, the kids with groovy eye-shadow get down to party, in Tommy Sparks' new vid by Shelly Love. And then they turn their groovy eyes on full beam.
Last week we had Karni + Saul's video for Turin Brakes' Something In My Eye. Now here's the second current video for the balladeering Brakes - also with a decidely melancholic air - from Shelly Love.
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