Six Great New Music Videos

On the hunt for some great new music videos? We have just what you’re after, with videos for Peace, Triggerfinger, Odonis Odonis, DeLux, Plaid, and Mumbai Science.

On the hunt for some great new music videos? We have just what you’re after, with videos for Peace, Triggerfinger, Odonis Odonis, DeLux, Plaid, and Mumbai Science.

Opening the round-up is this striking promo for Mumbai Science track Déja Vu, which features a grape-faced man on a rampage around London. Director: Ehsan B; Production company: Wanda Productions.

Ninian Doff has directed this dark-yet-funny look behind the corporate curtain to accompany Peace’s new track Money. Production company: Pulse Films.

Think Felix The Cat on death row and you’ll have a sense of what you’re in for with this beautifully animated video for DeLux track It Works All The TIme by Nick Walker. Production company: Caviar.

The narrative in this video for Triggerfinger is a little oblique but it hints at something great, with a tale of sexual shenanigans in a small coastal town. Quite what’s actually going on though, we’re not totally sure. Director: Joe Vanhoutteghem; Production company: Czar.

Hieronymus Bosch gets animated in this video for Order in the Court by Odonis Odonis, directed by Lee Stringle.

We finish with an interactive online video for Plaid, which has been created by Google Creative Lab’s Jono Brandel (who is also behind the delightful Patatap site). Made for new track Tether, the site features simple but absorbing graphics that can be manipulated by clicking or dragging your mouse. Play with Tether online at tether.plaid.co.uk.

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