Blondie are back, releasing their song Fun from their upcoming album Pollinator, with Debbie Harry looking stunning, and a colourful, psychedelia-tinged narrative by NYC-based director Dikayl Rimmasch.
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Following the first part released before Christmas, Jamie Carter has now delivered the second in a trilogy of videos for British punk outfit Creeper, played alongside their track Black Rain.
Aella Jordan-Edge has delivered this entertaining video for The Sherlocks' track Was It Really Worth It? about the lengths one will go to impress someone.
The video opens at the beginning of the end, following a nascent relationship that is already fraught with tension because of a large age gap between the two lovers.
English five-piece Mallory Knox have received an impressively visceral video for Better Off Without You by That Jam. And thanks to the work of DoP Matt Vahey, the video's photographic treatment is remarkably dynamic, suitably dismal in tone and beautifully varied in texture.
My Sway sees the first video from Slow Joe & The Ginger Accident's last album, Let Me Be Gone, taking the form of a graphic, highly stylised collage clipped together from photographs, articles and various bits of footage with lyrics overlaid on top.
The world is changing a little too much for Birmingham rockers Hankks. It's time to find a new planet with the help of Jack Hunter.
Legendary artist, master of confrontational imagery and one-half of the Chapman Brothers, Jake Chapman, throws about thirty stock photos into a digital blender in what can only be described as art.
The guys from Dutch Uncles spend a day at Buxton Raceway - taking advantage of the racetrack's windswept, cinematic rural location - in this video for their title track from upcoming album Big Balloon.