Promos of the week

It’s high time that we shared some of the music video brilliance that has been sent into Creative Review towers over the last couple of weeks. First up is some lovely animation by Louis-Philippe Eno for The Hidden Cameras’ Death of a Tune.

It’s high time that we shared some of the music video brilliance that has been sent into Creative Review towers over the last couple of weeks. First up is some lovely animation by Louis-Philippe Eno for The Hidden Cameras‘ Death of a Tune.

Here’s more animation, this time mixed with live action, directed by Chris Hopewell, for The Bees‘ Who Cares What The Question Is?

Our next video (above) is a bizarre mixture of ladies who love to rock and a small toy cat, for Pepe Deluxe‘s Pussy Cat Rock. It’s so new, we had to request it was put on YouTube so we could embed it here in our blog! Director: Miikka Lommi

A change of atmosphere in this one – directed by 1st Avenue Machine for Warp Records act Clark, bugs have never looked so slick, or so creepy.

Finally, the latest from Si & Ad, for Tracey Thorn‘s It’s All True.

Seen better? If so, post links in the comments box below so we can watch them too.

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