Music videos of the week

A selection of the best videos sent in to us recently, kicking off with Geoff McFedridge’s delightfully drawn promo for Whitest Boy Alive’s Golden Cage.

A selection of the best videos sent in to us recently, kicking off with Geoff McFedridge‘s delightfully drawn promo for Whitest Boy Alive‘s Golden Cage.

Family directed this colourful video for Lady Sovereign track Those Were The Days.

Also from the Colonel Blimp stables comes this bunnytastic promo for Groove Armada‘s Get Down, directed by Pleix.

Scott Lyon weaves a tale around Mark Ronson‘s cover of Smiths classic Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before.

A cartoonish video from photographer/director Frederik Skogkvist for Robyn‘s Konichiwa Bitches.

And lastly, Nick Frew‘s promo for Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius‘ Thou Shalt Always Kill. Very funny indeed…

As always, if you’ve seen better, please post links in the comments box so we can watch them too.

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