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Official music video for Foster The People‘s track ‘Helena Beat’ off their debut album Torches. Video is directed by Ace Norton.
Directed by Michael. ‘Get Away’ is off Yuck‘s debut self-titled album. For those interested, the babe in question is Ariela Marin who also features in the groups prior videos which were also directed by Michael. A fine choice.
Directed by Andre Durand and Dan Huiting. ‘Calgary’ comes off Bon Iver‘s upcoming album of the same name. Wouldn’t have the dinkiest idea of what the clip is about but the track is amazing. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Bon Iver – Calgary (320)
Directed by Lorenzo Fonda. ‘The Look’ is off Metronomy‘s latest release, The English Riviera. I might add the Fred Falke remix off the single release is quite sweet. Then again it’s Fred Falke so that’s usually a given…
One song, two remixes and two music videos. A whole lot of love in my books. I’m talking about Hooray For Earth‘s ‘True Loves’. Let’s start off firstly with the song, in remix form courtesy of an artist by the name of Rx…
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Tagged Alex Takacs, Cereal Spiller, Cyriak Harris, Dirty Joe South, Flufftronix, Hooray For Earth, Joe Nankin, Luvstep 2, Rx, True Loves
I haven’t had the best weeks of late so what do I do? Take the cliché road of listening to beautifully depressing songs on repeat because getting out of a rut isn’t exactly high on the priority list… Don’t worry folks, I’ll be fine in due time… Anyway, this track has been the centre of [...]
Some people are so god damn talented, it makes me sad, happy, inspired all at the same time… ‘Iron’ is off Woodkid‘s aka Yoann Lemoine‘s EP of the same name. Video also features the lovely Agyness Deyn if you were wondering who that familiar face was… Do check out his site and be inspired/dejected… Ha!
It’s bizarre, beautiful at the same time and warms up slightly what is a very sad, sombre track (love it to bits) off The National‘s amazing album High Violet. Probably not what I was expecting the video was going to be. I’d always envisioned the video to this track receiving a black and white treatment [...]
One of my favourite songs of last year finally has a music video! This track is also off Foster The People‘s debut EP of the same name.