Rudimental themselves appear in one of their own videos for the first time in this clip for their American breakthrough single (thanks to guest and friend Ed Sheeran, of course). It's a moody black-and-white piece with what's been billed as snippets based of the personal lives and struggles of each band member. Good luck guessing what happened to whom.
Rattling Stick director, David Edwards, creates and directs a compelling film for Rudimental, featuring twin boxers, The Burrell Brothers.
This promo follows the Burrell Twins as they approach their title fight in New York. It is a mesmerizing and emotional short film that follows the build up and eventual fight from the perspective of the twins, their family and their past.
The UK EDM/D&B outfit team-up with director Josh Cole for another go-round. This time, animal poaching is explored in this narrative, shot on location in Thailand at the famed Tiger Temple. Pretty cool Octocopter shots as well.
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.