Great New Music Videos

Leading our monthly round-up of great new promos is this little number for Justice, from directing collective Canada. The blockbuster video shows what the Olympics might be like if they took place in the world of Tron, and is not to be missed…

Leading our monthly round-up of great new promos is this little number for Justice, from directing collective Canada. The blockbuster video shows what the Olympics might be like if they took place in the world Tron, and is not to be missed…

The track is called New Lands, and the video is written, directed and edited by Canada, with production by Paritzan.

Next up is the latest film in the Sigur Rós Valtari Mystery Film Experiment which sees the band invite a group of directors to make films for each song on their new album, with no interference from the musicians or record company. This one, for track Rembihnútur is from regular Sigur Rós collaborators Arni & Kinski and is themed around meditation. To view the other films released so far, visit sigur-ros.co.uk/valtari/videos.

Director Matt Lambert has shot this documentary style film for War from Caspa ft. Keith Flint, which features a group of kids leaving a hedonistic life on the fringes of society. Perhaps inevitably, everything then goes a bit wrong… Production: Friend London/Stink Berlin.

More outsider living now, this time in the Aussie outback, for the  video for Wooden Chair by Angus Stone. Director: Kiku Ohe.

This charming animated video is by Andy Baker for new track All That We’ve Become by Society.

We finish with this rather sordid promo for How Long by The View, which stars actor Martin Compston grabbling with his sexual peccadillos. Director: Red. Production company: Nipote Film.

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