Promos of the week(ish)

Time has whizzed by again and another stack of brilliant music videos has accumulated at Creative Review, longing to be shared with you. First up is a typically crazy promo from director Tom Kuntz, for The Bumblebeez’s Dr Love.

Time has whizzed by again and another stack of brilliant music videos has accumulated at Creative Review, longing to be shared with you. First up is a typically crazy promo from director Tom Kuntz, for The Bumblebeez‘s Dr Love.

Partizan‘s promo supremo Ace Norton has directed this sweetie-filled film for The Willowz‘s latest, Evil Son.

Remember pop-up books? Price James uses the style to brilliant effect in his video for Shitdisco‘s OK.

Jaron Albertin‘s latest for Junior Boys‘ In The Morning.

Finally, W.I.Z‘s video for Dizzee Rascal‘s Sirens seems to have divided the critics (sometimes to embarrassing effect) – decide for yourself here.

As usual, if you’ve seen things we might have missed, post links in the comments box.

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