Continuing to push musical boundaries, Edinburgh-based band Young Fathers have shared the video to their powerful single ‘Lord’. Directed by Rianne White, striking clips of Alloysious Massaquoi riding a horse in the ocean along with the singer splashing in the water resemble a cleansing of sorts. The track finds the trio continuing to fine tune their unorthodox electronic meets Hip-Hop sound whilst still incorporating gospel-like melodies. ‘Lord’ is out now via Ninja Tune. Have a look; Read more […]
L.A. artist Luna Shadows step forth with the visuals to her single ‘Youth’. Shot around the city of Los Angeles, clips weave between the singer at an arcade setting or out in the hills, to sitting on a single mattress as water projections shine behind her. Directed by Alexa San Román, the sleek video is a great accompaniment to the track itself.
Berlin-based KOY has shared the official video to her ethereal single ‘Run’. Directed by Dylan Gephart, warping digital effects adds to the dark, trippy experience of the sci-fi like journey. ‘Run’ is the impressive follow-up to KOY’s insanely impressive debut ‘Heat’. Watch the video down below. Read more […]
To call alt-J’s latest visuals for ‘Pleader’ a music video, would almost be disrespectful. This is literally a short film. Directed by Isaiah Seret, the stunning piece inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s ‘The Sacrifice’ depicts the a Welsh couple whose inability to have a child uses a man from the community to impregnate the wife. When a catastrophic event happens and destroys the village, the young child is sent off to an all-boys boarding school where life proves to be rough. Once the boy gets older, he visits the land in which his village once sat. What can only be described as masterful in execution, the video in itself deserves an award. ‘Pleader’ is taken from alt-J’s latest album ‘Relaxer’.
TXQ have shared their extremely trippy, fragmented and quite powerful video for their single ‘The Day That You Moved’ featuring Sia. What begins as a young girl on her mobile phone checking social media, morphs into a distorted group slowly being engulfed in this digital way life to the point of almost being non-human. Have a watch. Read more […]
Cardiff band Gulp will release a new album in 2018. Whilst we still have to wait a bit, the band have unveiled their new video ‘Morning Velvet Sky’. Directed by Jennifer Lewandowski, the dreamy visuals capture the group in a natural surrounding whilst blue, yellow and red layering add trippy effects to the shots. Regarding the video Jennifer Lewandowski stated: “The making of the film for “Morning Velvet Sky” chimed with the changing of the season, the last days of Summer turning to Autumn. Read more […]
Seriously, there is everything to love about Liverpool band Pink Kink. Aside from one of the greatest band names ever, their energetic blend of hedi punk and pop is all you need to liven up any party. After sharing their second track ‘Munchie Magic’ last month, the group now bring forth the video to the single. Using animation to illustrate their cheeky, sex-friendly lyrics, it’s an overall fun experience as one would expect from the collective. Have a look. Read more […]
Avante Black have shared the video for their single ‘Acid Love’. Filmed VHS style, frontwoman Ottilia strolls around in the various parts of London free flowing and enjoying life. Have a look. Touching on the track, Ottilia stated: “Acid love is about feeling confident that your feelings are being received and returned. Accepting that there’s highs and lows, losing and finding yourself at the same time. The only thing that’s certain is that you’re in love, and someone loves you Read more […]
Belfast-based duo New Portals give viewers a glimpse into their previous summer with the video ‘Chasing Shade’. From filming themselves in fields to jamming in the studio, there are even scenes where the pair’s daughter bust a few moves on camera. The song is taken from New Portal’s EP ‘Golden Hour’ which is out now.
Motherfolk bring forth the visuals to their track ‘Fold II’. A live session of sorts, the video features the band performing the track whilst in a cathedral which is perfectly fitting for the mood of the song.