@kevathens There are a ton of new clips - Klasfeld, Andelman, Drew Kirsch 1 day 9 hours ago
@kevathens There are a ton of new clips - Klasfeld, Andelman, Drew Kirsch 1 day 9 hours ago

Adam Scarth

Everything Everything "Can't Do" (Holly Blakey, dir.)

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.

Mabel "Bedroom" (Holly Blakey, dir.)

DIRECTS FIRST VIDEO FOR MABEL’S NEW EP ‘BEDROOM’

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. 

Formation "A Friend" (Davis Silis, dir.)

How do we hurt the ones we love? Davis Silis at Bullion directs this visceral and passionate new music video 'A Friend' by South London duo Formation.

From the director:

The song’s lyrics evoke a lot of questions about the nature of friendship, of loneliness, of relationships, and this video just became an extension of those questions. What are the boundaries of friendship and love? Is there a difference? How do we hurt those we love and why do we so often push them away when we need them the most?

So, the idea was to take a familiar trope, the violence of an all-out movie brawl, and use it as a device to pose those questions. The video itself doesn’t provide answers — not because there aren’t any, but because the answers are so deeply personal to those who ask.

Working with fight coordinator Kevin McCurdy, we created one long fight sequence that unfolds on a Victoria Line train in London with actor Isaac Money and Formation’s singer Will Ritson himself, who deserves huge credit for pulling this off despite dislocating his shoulder during one of the very first setups on the day.

Last Night In Paris "Pure" (Karim Huu Do, dir.)

"This more than just a minor hobby. In fact, this is a life. In fact, this is a family."

And this is more than a music video: It's a devilishly clever set-up that lulls you down a gritty, yet strangely dreamlike street thuggery, before hitting the country where we realize that we're getting sky high with one hell of a drug. And then, SNAP, we're back again, as the lines between filmmaker and actor, particpant and viewer, fantasy and reality, gravity and sanity.