A young man goes on holiday alone, and as his agitated demeanour suggests, he is not like other boys...
Ivana Bobic's video for Nothing But Thieves casts a spell where we are intrigued to know more about the young man (played by Ceallach Spellman) who heads for the packaged holiday hotel, with something other on his mind other than fun in the sun.
Step through the door with Albert Hammond Jr. and actress Portia Doubleday in this beautifully dreamlike exploration of love and life and loss directed by Fraser RIGG.
Albert Hammond Jr: "I followed Fraser into the abyss. He had a real vision he expressed by saying 'Love is the one thing that transcends time and space.' I felt like he was moved by the song and knew how to capture it visually. I understood what he meant but to me the love didn’t represent human connection. I knew It would be the most universal way to show it visually but I found myself realizing the cycle of who I was and what I was about to become, with the death of my old self and the birth of this new person, was what transcended time and space. That love for life, that lust for life is forever reshaping itself."
Continuing in the same totalitarian universe as 'Crybaby', ‘Guilty’ follows Paloma who watches on as males develop into their pre-destined positions of power. An over-riding sense of duty and guilt inhibits their plight, leading to the self-destructive climax.
A car chase for the ages with Danger Mouse, Big Boi and Run The Jewels in this tie-in for new film Baby Driver (and boasting a chance for the kids to discover the greatness of the mighty Blues Exposion).
The song might sound ABBA, but the lyrics and the video make it seem like we shouldn't get too accustomed to our instant-gratification culture, especially if the future is as barren and dire as it looks in this video.
Lip Dubs, cover songs and all sorts of other unofficial content goes like gold on YouTube, so why not a prograde dance video with Jilly Meyers — who also helped choreograph and conceive the Hozier "Work Song" video — and her fellow Seaweed Sisters playing out a slapstick desert misadventure to the tune of Tune-Yards "
A strange night at the mines for Killers frontman Brandon Flowers as he plays a frontiersman leaving his wife, played by Evan Rachel Wood, for a visit quest that's initiated by Psychedelic Furs mainman Richard Butler.
If you're going to do anything that's even close to the masterful True Detective opening credits, then you better do it well. And if you know anything about Taylor Swift, then you know that she only does things well. "Style" plays with double-exposures, projections and other tricks as we see a love affair come together and shatter apart again and again.