We glide forward with the momentum of "Seven Nation Army" along a "Lost Highway," but with a noir vibe all its own and a centerpiece that makes clear that neither Cults member will be able to get back where they began.
This teaser for the upcoming short-film Clapping For The Wrong Reason doesn't provide enough meat to really determine what it's gonna be — perhaps we need one of those "In a world where..." voiceovers — but it does look intriguing with a cast that ranges from Flying Lotus to porn star Abella Anderson, and, of course, actor Donald "Childish Gambino" Glover himself.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs and director Patrick Daughters have transcendently stopped time before — and the intro here proves they can easily repeat the same feat — but they have a different tool in mind to capture that spirit of release: The Empire State Building.
If you're caught up on Sons of Anarchy, then you're likely familiar with Greg The Peg. The one-legged character is played by Kurt Yeager, a former BMX champ and real-life amputee who gets his unique story told in this music video. Shot like a documentary — starring Yeager and many of his friends — director Nez takes us from accident to comeback. And to borrow a phrase: It's not the bike.
It has been a while away for both Phoenix and director Patrick Daughters, and what better way to come back than with a larger than life ode to Korean cinema. The look mixes genres and eras —employing vernacular images of opening ceremony style choreography, Hong Kong gangster action and a superstar DJ to tell the tale of tragic love(s).