A beautiful track & video inspired by home movie footage of Tom Misch's grandparents Margriet & Klaus Misch. The footage shows their lives from the couple in love to very hard times in Europe during World War II.
From Joshua Osborne:
"This was definitely a unique experience and process and I thoroughly enjoyed working closely with the whole family to ensure we execute their story in the most respectful way."
Directed, animated and edited solely by Alex Southam comes Barns Courtney’s new video for ‘Golden Dandelions'. The video poses itself as a hybrid of animated mix media collages which explore the celebration of life, all delivered with a trippy psychedelic twist.
Styles collide with hippies, bikers, rockers and queens all facing off as if in a West Side Story fever dream. Plus, there's a feature by Stormzy, and Little Mix even grant their moms cameos to add even more power to the proceedings.
New York singer-songwriter Amber Mark unveils her debut music video. Courtney Phillips directs a raw, textured and intimate performance from Amber, shot through the lens of an unseen lover. ‘Lose My Cool’ exposes the cracks under the surface through a series of familiar unfortunate events.
1975's Matt Healy washes off his "A Change Of Heart" make-up and decides to address his remaining loneliness with a nighttime walkabout that descends into sex and violence. Or, at least he imagines it does.
This would have also been a fantastic video for Springsteen's "County Fair" or even "Tunnel Of Love," and let me assure you: That's a compliment (even if it exposes my heart as old, suburban, sentimental, etc, etc.)
"A Change Of Heart" has 1975 frontman Matty Healy as a sad, silent-film clown who finds love on magically epic night of love and dance at the traveling carnival.
New Video directed by Courtney Phillips for Anne-Marie.
"I worked with Courtney Phillips who's really easy going and fun. I wanted the video to be playful and bold with a tinge of mischief, which he's captured perfectly. The song's about the uncertainties of dating - you know, like when you're not sure if that person is into you and it's all a bit too complex? Yeah, that!" - i-D Magazine.
Ditmas may be in refence to the Brooklyn neighborhood, but the view finds us in the lovely fields of the Kiev countryside with a horse-whispering warrior and a folk-turned-rock band performing in the round.
Alex Southam, director:: "The Cossack character (Evgeniy) in the video is a genuine cossack raised within a cossack community - part of his work now is to break and train horses so was the perfect subject for our film. Whilst the shoot was pretty brutal and unforgiving - particularly for our hero - we captured something really special, no more so than the moments in the final third of the video where our hero finally becomes one with the horse."