@VirginiaMarcs Thank you, for the feature! ♥️ WATCH IT: Virginia Marcs "Wild" (Alexander Hammer, dir.) https://t.co/nNVepbKWOH via… https://t.co/zh9YbNr75i 13 hours 3 min ago

The Directors Bureau

Arcade Fire "Money + Love" (David Wilson, dir.)

A twofer of a video for Everthing Now tracks "Put Your Money On Me" and "We Don't Deserve Love." The "Money" side is a bit more fun, featuring a cameo by Toni Collette as the corporate exec who lures the band into crass commercialization — perhaps as a means to pull off a casino heist? — but the lonesome "Love" side might prove to be more resonant in the long run.

Metronomy "Boy Racers" (David Wilson, dir.)

Take the movie Drive. Replace movie heartthrob Ryan Gosling with music video heartthrob Daniel Schienert — aka 1/2 of directing duo Daniels — and lose all the violence so that you can fit in way more sexiness. The result is the very short film Boy Racers, which doubles as both a kinda/sorta Metronomy video and a cautionary tale about self-manipulating men in self-driving cars.

Chromeo "Old 45s" (Dugan O’Neal, dir.)

Screw the usual highway reststop. Here's how it works in a music video:

  • Every woman who stops at a roadside bar is unspeakably hot.
  • The bar itself is just the right mix of vibey and dangerous.
  • The jukebox is spot-on (duh)
  • The singer can rock a pair of trousers like nobody's business
  • Choreographer dance routines will break out
  • The bartender will work his bottle like nobody's business
  • There will be cameos (Haim, Jon "Napoleon Dynamite" Heder)
  • And Napoleon Dynamite will, of course, walk off with the girl

Got it?