Great New Videos

Toejam video for Brighton Port Authority, production company: Streetgang. Director: Keith Schofield
Here’s a selection of brilliant new music videos for your viewing pleasure. First up is the video for the first single from Norman Cook’s new venture, Brighton Port Authority, which features guest vocals from David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal. Directed by Keith Schofield (who also directed the excellent promo for Supergrass track Bad Blood), the cheeky video shows how you can put censorship bars to good use. Quicktime here.


Toejam video for Brighton Port Authority, production company: Streetgang. Director: Keith Schofield

Here’s a selection of brilliant new music videos for your viewing pleasure. First up is the video for the first single from Norman Cook’s new venture, Brighton Port Authority, which features guest vocals from David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal. Directed by Keith Schofield (who also directed the excellent promo for Supergrass track Bad Blood), the cheeky video shows how you can put censorship bars to good use. Quicktime here.


Ting Tings, Shut Up and Let Me Go making of video, production company: Factory Films. Directors: Alex and Liane

Directors Alex and Liane are behind this fine video for the Ting Tings’ latest, Shut Up and Let Me Go. There are shades of Alex and Martin’s promo for The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army here, but it’s still lovely stuff. I couldn’t find a YouTube version that I could embed, so here’s the making of – view the finished video here.


No Age, Eraser, director: Andy Bruntel

Andy Bruntel has directed this great vid for No Age track, Eraser. Quicktime here.


Muscles, The Lake, production company: Rokkit. Director: Jaron Albertin

Next up is another beautifully shot promo from director Jaron Albertin, for Muscles track The Lake. Quicktime here.


James Yuill, No Pins Allowed, production company: Robot Badger. Director: Alex Yuill

This video for James Yuill’s track No Pins Allowed was created entirely with high-res stills by director Alex Yuill (a relative perchance?).


CSS, Rat is Dead, production company: Partizan, director: Nima Nourizadeh

Cool performance video from director Nima Nourizadeh for CSS. Quicktime here.


Primal Scream, Can’t Go Back, production company: Academy. Director: Kim Gehrig

Kim Gehrig is behind Primal Scream’s latest vid, for track Can’t Go Back. Quicktime here.


Food For Animals, ‘Tween My Lips, Director: Martin Sulzer

Finally, we end on an anatomical note with director Martin Sulzer‘s video for US hip hop band Food For Animals. Talking about the video, Sulzer explained that “belly is the new booty”, and we couldn’t agree more.

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