LCD Soundsystem have a new single called "tonite" and director Joel Kefali broke out the giant retro revolving stage to celebrate the occasion.
Georgia Hudson creates a poignant and poetic piece for P!nk's new music video “What About Us” Combining an emotional narrative, explosive raw performance, colour, fashion, and dance, "What About Us" is a video that feels as big as the song, while also leaving room for moments of intimacy and emotional depth. P!nk, who later this month will be honoured with the Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 MTV VMAs, strengthens her music video legacy with Georgia's powerful, cinematic, and timely film.
Share a year's worth of commutes with a young couple through London in Sophie Muller's new video for "Don't Delete The Kisses" by Wolf Alice
Andrew Donoho presents the ultimate road trip video for Jai Wolf’s 'Indian Summer', in which Andrew and a small screw scaled across the landscapes of Southern California to capture this authentic lifestyle piece.
In her new video for "Settle Down" by The Voice's Taylor Phelan, director Ariel Fisher uses surreal art direction and choreography to explore themes of gender roles and hierarchy in the workplace.
Under Armour's new campaign directed by Georgia Hudson is #UnlikeAny featuring Misty Copeland and moving portraits of female athletes Natasha Hastings, Zoe Zhang, Alison Desir and Jessie Graff who are beyond compare. Check out all the films below.
Directed, animated and edited solely by Alex Southam comes Barns Courtney’s new video for ‘Golden Dandelions'. The video poses itself as a hybrid of animated mix media collages which explore the celebration of life, all delivered with a trippy psychedelic twist.
It’s finally here and one definitely not to be missed!
Vic Mensa’s personal struggles are manifested though a surreal plane crash in the powerful new video for “Rage," directed by Andrew Donoho.
From Andrew on the video:
"Rage stood out as one of the most powerful, personal, and intense songs Vic has released, and I wanted to create something equally visceral. The song stemmed from his mindset during a fight with depression and addiction, so a plane crash felt like the perfect metaphor for the loss of control and the battle for survival. Burying this metaphor into a drug/alcohol fueled death-dream allowed the raw emotion of the song to manifest on screen in a harrowing narrative that takes place between fantasy and reality."
Tomás Whitmore and Dillon Francis keep up the hilarity with their new video which features G-Eazy and stars Luke Hemsworth! Raves, undercover cops and a whole myriad of comedic crazy create the perfect combination for ‘Say Less'.
Directed by rubberband. “No Fear" follows Dej Loaf on a cinematic and vibrant journey down an empty highway. Inspired by the colourful and iconic performance videos of the 90s, we tag along as Dej rides a bed like a magic carpet across the Californian desert.
Ka5sh has unveiled the video for their millennial anthem, “Im Depressed”. Shot by LA directors Aman Sigh and Pasqual Gutierrez and produced by Lillie Wojcik of LYKA, the surrealist video features a twisted series of vignettes, showcasing depression through the lenses of different Internet stars and content creators.
Grammy, Emmy, Tony, and Pulitzer Prize-winning artistic pioneer Lin-Manuel Miranda joins forces with Executive Producer Robert Rodriguez and breakout Director Tomás Whitmore of Diktator to create a stunning and timely music video for the hit song, “Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)”.
The video, filmed entirely on trains, uses conceptual and compelling vignettes to highlight various aspects of the immigrant experience. From cramped living quarters, to border crossings, Syrian air strikes to daily working life, we are immersed in the struggles of those seeking the promise of a better life.
“To make a film that empowers and honors the migrant narrative in an inclusive manner has been nothing short of transformative for everyone involved,” Tomás says. “Our hope is that the film can convey the notion that human mobility is the cornerstone of human history, and ultimately, act as a reminder that we are all on this journey together.”
An expert blend of footage from Edgar Wright's new film 'Baby Driver' and footage of Big Boi, Run The Jewels and Danger Mouse making a break for it in Andrew Donoho's new video for 'Chase Me'.
For Everything Everything ‘Can’t Do’ Holly loved the idea of creating something dark, a horror film of sorts to harness the energy of the track in another light. She wanted to use dirt, creating a world seemingly locking it’s characters inside... it felt fitting due to the current political climate to create an inescapable place, more and more people being reborn, turning into things they never imagined. The band are represented in the form of masks which add to the surreal feel of the film. Executive Producer Mary Calderwood said “it was wonderful being supported by Elizabeth Doonan at Sony and the band were amazing to collaborate with.”
Spearheaded by ASOS’ project ASOS Supports Talent, ’Barefoot in Brazil’ is a unique insight into the music scene within the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro. Christine Yuan & Declan McKenna travelled around the city spending time with the different artists they found, interviewing them about their musical processes and ways of life to create this youthful documentary.
Peking Duk day-drink the day away while watching TV, thus missing out on the magic all around them.
One More Night is an alternative coming of age story told through the eyes of an adorable Plastic Bag. What starts as an homage to cult classic American Beauty quickly takes a fun-loving u-turn into the absurd as we follow Plastic Bag's quest to find his one true love… for ONE MORE NIGHT featuring a cameo from DNCE as well.
Following on from the huge success of debut single 'September Song', British singer-songwriter JP Cooper teams up with director JJ Augustavo for his new video 'Passport Home'.
LEZ are proud to share Holly Blakey’s latest directional venture with a surreal video for Mabel Mcvey’s new single ‘Bedroom’. The pair’s most recent collaboration sees Mabel performing with her female squad, suspended 20ft in the air on a floating bed. The sweet ethereal setting matched with the deep urban lyricism create an electric combination and pave way for a new and unexpected direction for the artist.
Director Ariel Fisher uses surreal dance to tell two cinematic and emotionally resonate stories of loss and hope in the new video for "Hope For Something" by Panama.