"Might Be Right" is the first music video from White Reaper's forthcoming album entitled "You Deserve Love". The video was inspired by the minimalist hard-edge paintings of Ellworth Kelly, which often employed bright colors and emphasized line and form.
Sometimes you need to push your lover away to realize that you've indeed fallen in love. And ideally the "push" in question doesn't involve a multiple story plummet to the ground below — unless, you happen to be very fast and can make a saving catch.
Look, this song will be played at weddings from now until eternity, so why shouldn't Ed Sheeran beat everyone to the punch and show you how graceful that first dance could look? And the fact that this is an intricate routine that's just begging for real couple to try and replicate at their weddings means that this could go very viral. Or, at least, serve as a great audition for Dancing With The Stars.
Time's arrow, love's arrow, fate's arrow... Sometimes they hit their target, sometimes they don't. Fences gets a bullseye, however, with a winning track that gets taken to the next level thanks to contributions by old friends Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis. The video is a similarly big affair, filled with multiple set pieces where arrows fling out in all directions as Fences finds his way and Macklemore tries to balance his love with the pitfalls of fame.
I dare you to not be charmed by this new Metronomy video directed by the legendary Michel Gondry. Sure, it's whimsical and playful, but it also unfurls with an ease that belies the complex arrangement: Metronomy's Joe Mount and band perform at the center of a hexagonal set with the camera darting through various windows to show us the band as the living, breathing, rocking center of various dioramas. It's a mix of 2D and 3D and a collision of stagecraft and videomaking — something Gondry has played with before in Bjork "Bachelorette" — that shines as simply brilliant.
Wanna learn more? Then head to a special Google Hangout session on Wednesday, February 12 @ 5pm GMT, with Gondry and Mount. You'll be able to post questions via the video's YouTube comment section — use the hashtag #loveletters — or watch a live stream of the action from the band's YouTube channel.