Six Great New Music Videos

We have a great selection of new promos to share with you today, including vids for London Grammar, Happiness, Milow, Champs, and Clark. We open though, with a frankly bonkers dance video for DJ Snake & Lil Jon by The Daniels. Brace yourself – things are about to get hectic…

We have a great selection of new promos to share with you today, including vids for London Grammar, Happiness, Milow, Champs, and Clark. We open though, with a frankly bonkers dance video for DJ Snake & Lil Jon by The Daniels. Brace yourself: things are about to get hectic…

Turn Down For What by DJ Snake & Lil Jon; Directors: The Daniels; Production company: Prettybird US.

This next video, for folk band Champs, is also pretty damn weird but is at least a little bit calmer. The song is St Peters. Directors: J.A.C.K; Production company: Wanda Productions.

A total change of pace now, in this video for Clark, who is on Warp Records. The promo features graphics shot on a oscilloscope. One for the tech geeks perhaps, but proof that a simple graphic idea can still prove compelling. Director and production: Adoxo.

A different kind of animation features in this promo for London Grammar track Hey Now, which is directed by Chris Ullens. Production company: ObManagement.

We finish with two narrative-led promos. The first is for All Apologies by Adam Berg, and is set at a wake, where family tensions are running high. Production company: Smuggler.

Equally poignant is this tale from director Norman Bates for Milow’s track We Must Be Crazy, which features a couple who come up with a radical solution after they are left childless. Hankies at the ready everyone. Production company: Lovo Films.

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