David Ayer, who wrote Training Day and directed Suicide Squad, takes us, and these three music stars, into the world of his forthcoming Netflix movie Bright (which was also teased in Bastille's latest video).
"1-800-273-8255" is the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. That's pretty much all you need to know about this powerful music video that stars a few recognizable Hollywood faces, but all acting to support a message about love, acceptance and choices.
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.