It's two tales as different as day and night in Colin Read's gripping video for Radiohead's Man of War.
Brother Dege 'The Moon And The Scarecrow' by Colin Read
A meditation on love, loss, and scarecrows by the Deep South-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Dege Legg, aka Brother Dege visualised in beautiful widescreen photography by Colin Read.
Shooting in a perfect cornfield, mostly at corn-height, Read captures the strange encounter between Dege and a female scarecrow - shot entirely in the golden hour of sunset, or so it seems. It makes for an absorbing video for The Moon And The Scarecrow, the central track from Brother Dege's current album, Farmer's Almanac.
This excellent video for South African singer-songwriter Alice Phoebe Lou takes place in a studio apartment with some interesting furniture - its made from men.
Relta's video for Jon Vinyl's soulful Addicted follows the relationship between the singer and a dancer at a local bar - which all starts with an initial spark of lust.
Boston hip hop artist Prophet undertakes a covert mission to gain supernatural power in Jonah Philip Kaplan's video for R.U.N.
Phil Lee, longtime video commissioner at XL Recordings, who departed the label at the end of last …
Wash, the London-based grading and finishing studio, have announced that Caroline Morin has joined …
The UK Music Video Awards for 2019 is now open!
FRIEND have announced the signing of two US-based directors for UK representation, at different …
It's June, and that can only mean one thing... it's time to launch the UKMVAs!
At the D&AD Awards 2019 last week, music videos won prestigious Pencils and commendations …