Bubblicious by Rex The Dog, directed by Geoffroy De Crecy, production company: Partizan
Here’s a selection of some of the best videos to pass through CR Towers lately, kicking off with this charming hand-made promo from Geoffroy De Crecy for Rex The Dog track, Bubblicious.
An Eluardian Instance by Of Montreal, directed by Jesse Ewles
New talent Jesse Ewles has directed this promo for Of Montreal’s snappily titled single An Eluardian Instance.
Skeleton Boy by Friendly Fires, directed by Clemens Habicht, production company: Nexus
Director Clemens Habicht has taken a literal approach to his video for Skeleton Boy by Friendly Fires, turning the band into dancing skeletons with the help of double-sided sticky tape and a load of bean-bag balls.
Under The Pines by Bodies of Water, directed by Andy Bruntel, production company: Directors Bureau
Andy Bruntel has directed this frankly bizarre vid for Under the Pines by Bodies of Water (dog lovers beware….).
Ulysees by Franz Ferdinand, directed by thirtytwo, production company: Pulse Films
The video for Franz Ferdinand’s latest Ulysees (directed by thirtytwo) sees the band mooching moodily around the city with their instruments, strolling desert plains and, um, getting into tumble dryers. We’re not sure why, but it’s all quite watchable.
Close My Eyes by Sander van Doorn (featuring Robbie Williams), directed by John Major’s Daughters, production company: P for Production
Ladies jump around in this video for Sander van Doorn (featuring Robbie Williams) track Close My Eyes, directed by John Major’s Daughters.
Money by N.A.S.A (featuring David Byrne, Chuck D, Ras Congo, Seu Jorge & Z-Trip), directed by Syd Garon & Paul Griswold
Syd Garon & Paul Griswold utilise the artwork of Shepard Fairey for this video for Money by N.A.S.A (featuring David Byrne, Chuck D, Ras Congo, Seu Jorge & Z-Trip).
Leave by VV Brown, directed by OneInThree, production company: Colonel Blimp
Directors OneInThree have come up with another inventive vid, this time for Leave by VV Brown.
Aer Obama, directed by GOLD
Finally, directing team GOLD has created this music video to celebrate Obama’s inauguration later on today. The film brings together Adam Freeland’s remix of Daft Punk’s Aerodynamic with a selection of toys by artists including Dalek, Bill McMullen and Kubrick and a voiceover courtesy of retro toy Speak and Spell to create a great piece of Obamarama.