@kcchesne WATCH IT: Bennett Chesne "Sanitizer" (KC Chesne, dir.) https://t.co/vRy1NyXTjd via 1 day 19 hours ago

Dan Moran

Rue Royale "Thrown by the Wind" (Rob Brown, dir.)

From the album "In Parallel" released by Sinnbus Stream / download: smarturl.it/RueRoyale-InParallel

Starring Charlotte Spencer and Rocco.

Director - Rob Brown Producer - Jake Hume Cinematographer - Jamie Harding Editor - Sam Holding Colourist - Dan Moran Hair and Makeup Artist - Olivia Nash Production Co-ordinator - Maggie Brown Dog Wrangler - Gareth Bowyer

Shot on Kodak Vision3 250D S16mm Film provided by Frame24  Processing and scanning by Kodak London

Special Thanks

Linda Pedersen, Julie Taylor-Butt, Sam Clark @ Kodak  Snowdonia Sleddogs

By Rob Brown on October 1, 2018 @ 3:08am PDT

Birdy "Wild Horses" (Francis Wallis, dir.)

Francis Wallis has directed this dreamy, fantastical underwater vision for Birdy's Wild Horses, which sees the singer transformed into an ethereal mermaid who encounters a deep sea diver.

It's a lovely performance video with gorgeously crafted costumes, fabulous underwater photography, and at its heart, there's this tragic tale of a love that wasn't meant to be...

Phlake "Pregnant" (SASHINSKI, dir.)

An impressively cinematic clip for Danish band Phlake, shot in Cape Town by Sashinski for their song Pregnant, starts with the tension of a bank robbery, and then flashes back to the same man behind the motorcycle helmet, working as a cook at a diner, then meeting and falling for a newly-employed waitress.

After a steamy romance, the pair move in together and the waitress falls pregnant, and the pressures begin - especially as it coincides with him being laid off work. Which then brings us back to the bank robbery which starts the video...  

Leftfield & Sleaford Mods "Head And Shoulders" (Casey + Ewan, dir.)

Very random, yet very awesome. Just go with it...

Ewan + Casey, director: "It was exiting to hear some new music from Leftfield, especially as it was so out-there, a driving throb of bleeps and noises, accompanied by Jason from Sleaford Mods ranting about the detritus of modernity. It was pretty clear from the start a degree of subtlety wasn’t what was called for.