Having dominated the fashion industry as one of the top supermodels in the past few years, not to mention adding acting to her CV, Cara Delevingne can now include the title of singer to that list. Indeed one of the hardest working women in showbiz, she has shared the official video for her song ‘I Feel Everything’ which is taken from the ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ movie soundtrack. It should also be noted that she stars in the film. In regards to the video itself, Delevingne is elegantly dressed whilst clips of the movie are weaved in between. The song was produced by Pharrell, someone who she has worked with on a number of occasions. Check it out.
It’s one thing to maybe come across one Michael Jackson impersonator in your time, but to feature two in the same setting; this may sound like an absurd dream of Hollywood Blvd., but in fact it is the latest video by Hanni El Khatib titled ‘Paralyzed’. Directed by Daniel Pappas, there is a blonde woman featured in the vid who sings Hanni El Khatib’s part whilst the MJ look-a-likes get busy behind her performing a few signature dance moves of the original Mike. The song is taken from Hanni El Khatib’s latest album ‘ Savage Times’, out now via Innovative Leisure.
Last year Liz Lokre dropped her blazing debut single ‘Rise Up!’ which was an uplifting dub-fused rocker that had her instantly on mnay people’s radars. The Toronto singer now makes her return with the video to her latest single ‘Buh Bye’ which find her laying down her silky vocals over a soul backdrop produced by Adrian X and Jordan Reyes. The video, directed by Sean McBride and Caroline Torti, features Lokre looking hotter than a summer’s day in Death Valley as she performs the song whilst surrounded by two dancers. Stylishly shot, the single itself is currently out now via Ecclectic Electrix.
Massachusetts band Boy Harsher are set to release their debut EP ‘Country Girl’ on October 13. They have also shared a video for their hedi single ‘Motion’. What you have are clips of a girl strolling aimlessly throughout the night. At some point, the girl grabs a microphone to continue performing the song. Now sure, much of the video is her just walking with not much action, but for some strange reason, the setting works perfectly for Boy Harsher’s nocturnal sound. Have a look.
Mount Kimble and King Krule connect for the song and video ‘Blue Train Lines’. The track itself is a moody venture down the roods of fuzzy electronica with a post-punk edge. In fact, we’re going to go ahead and say that the tune is pretty flipping amazing. Now with the video, it is a recreation of masses amounts of research by two Anthropologists studying Ishi who is the remaining survivor of the Yahi tribe of California. The video is directed by Raf Fellner and Tegen Williams. Mount Kimbie Read more […]
Nottingham band BABE PUNCH may only be in their teens but do this group rock heavier than some of their contemporaries. Having released their single ‘Control’ earlier this month, the band now unveil the video for the cut. Shot by Iona Skye Wood and Tommy Keeling, you can find BABE PUNCH rocking out on stage at Rough Trader in front of a crowd going absolutely mental! We’re super excited about what this band has in store. Have a look. Read more […]
Vienna artist Inner Tongue made a grand mark with his 2015 EP ‘Tz,Ka’. Receiving loads of accolades in the press for his dreamy, otherworldly music, he is now prepping for the release of his debut album arriving next year. Setting this off with his first single taken from the new record is the video for his latest single ‘Dig Deeper’. Directed by Patrick Sturm and Markus Hornof, the visuals feature people behind a transparent yet hazy covering as purple lighting help to create an entrancing atmosphere and mood.
Oslo’s Anna of the North continue to raise the levels with the video for their single ‘Someone’. Directed by Anna Lotterud herself and Russell Crank, clips of Anna strolling about through the night contrasts with more serene images of her among the ocean side and pool front. Emotional at times, there are also lively parts with her dancing with a random stranger in the street. The song is taken from Anna of the North’s forthcoming debut album ‘Lovers’, out September 8th. Check it out.
Who would have thought that even toilets can be affected by pop stars dominating the music game and well, they aren’t. For Broken Social Scene’s latest video ‘Vanity Pail Kids’, a toilet whose aim is to move the world with music feels a bit worthless due to the influence of acts like Taylor Swift. It then does the appropriate thing by partying at a bar full of people with trash bags on their heads. Now many of you may be thinking that this is far beyond the level of bizarre, but if you open your hearts and minds, you well begin to understanding that even dumping objects have feelings too.
London-based Lots Holloway is a perfect example of a versatile artist. Aside from taking up the role as a singer, she’s also a multi-instrumentalist, producer and programmer! Dropping her debut single ‘World’s On Fire’, Lots Holloway now unveils the video for her latest song ‘Stay a Little Longer’. Biting with attitude, the dark electronica pop track is aided with multi-layered images of Holloway performing the tune, as the content revolves around those who manipulate others. ‘Stay a Little Read more […]