The Vamps are back with their single All Night, featuring Matoma, paired with a highly engaging POV video from director Craig Moore.
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In real life bad men win sometimes. Actually, they usually do - which has been forcefully rammed home this week. But at least in Benjamin Smallwood's video for Hidden Charms, the smug, cigar-chomping, Bambi-watching bad guy gets his comeuppance.
Its an ode to vintage British horror, with the band cast as avenging ghosts, set in the requisite lonely house in the woods.
Youth Hymns let the chaos unfold in this disorienting, lo-fi clip for King Nun.
VHS, a fisheye lens, erratic camera movements, and psychedelic colourscapes are all very much a part of the Youth Hymns oeuvre - and the spill over quite nicely here. A dizzying and exciting practice room jam that sells King Nun's energy more effectively than npower.
Director Oscar Sansom takes the Peep Show approach – with added VFX – for his video for Twin Atlantic's anthemic The Chaser. It's a frenetic, multi-perspective POV video set around a single hedonistic evening in a neon-saturated nightclub. And it was shot in the same club in Glasgow that the band played their first show.
Montréal rock band Chocolat have received this super entertaining, imaginative and singular animated video for Ah Ouin directed by Jonathan Robert, which sees a rock n' roll god with guitar for a head and weilding a bloody axe, bringing the rock into the depths of a volcano where a Chocolat's rock concert is taking place.
The Dirty Projectors are back - releasing their new single Keep Your Name and an engrossing performance video along with it, co-directed by frontman David Longstreth and Kanye West’s creative director, Elon Rutberg.