London's Sinead Harnett got her break singing for Wiley and Disclosure. Now director Malia James has helped bring out her star power on the streets of New York for Do It Anyway, the second single from her debut album.
Malia James (director, bassist in Dum Dum Girls, photographer) takes us all to Japan in this mysterious and provocative video for breakthrough artist, Halsey. Set in the bright lights of Toyko, the video for "Ghosts" brings its viewers into Halsey's majestic and surreal sensual past.
PS: Wouldn't it have been cool if the 24 hour-long-version — still up in all its glory at 24hoursofhappy.com — had won Best Longform aka Best Music Video Film. (Not Spoiler Alert: That Grammy went to 20 Feet From Stardom
It's the little things that make Grimes compelling: There she is in what looks like a Fantasy set-up, complete with sword and a mini-Stonehedge background, yet she's wearing what looks like a pair of Flip-Flops.
There's the Vegas nightlife you know love/loathe: Bright lights, high rollers, beautiful women and money ruling everything/everytone. But, then sun comes up and we see beyond The Strip, where we see other people playing their luck.
Do you have 24 hours to spare? If so, I want you to watch the new Pharrell clip "Get Happy," which is the world's first 24 hours video. Wisely, the intention here — besides getting those "holy shit, 24 hours!" headlines — seems to be for you to click along the circular timeline to explore different scenes, including interior dots that take you directly to Pharrell doing his thing as the song plays on repeat. You can then share that timecode — especlally if you happen to catch one of the video's famous guest stars, or other Easter Eggs — through a nifty tool.