Francis Wallis teams up with Naughty boy and Calum Scott to create an electric new video for “Undo”. The video highlights society’s addiction to screen culture, showing the importance of living in the moment and connecting with one another. The isolation screens often create acting as the platform for a young group to make an active change.
Subtle, supernatural elements are balanced by a warm VHS handheld nostalgia, in an intimate portrait of Adam and his love interest. This is the 4th video collaboration between Adam and silent tapes, in which they developed an artful narrative and world where an anthropomorphic orange ultimately comes alive in the human form.
Another month, another Massive Attack video. Even though this has the simplest concept of the three that have been released so far in 2016 — just Kate Moss twirling a light bulb on a string in the dark with some trippy visuals — like the others, it's worthy of some clickage.
Despite being filmed in Paris, as one can guess by the lyrics, this isn't a typical love song. It's typical if you're Jake Bugg, though, as the young troubadour wonders what he's supposed to get out of a relationship.