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  • Can I Sit Next To You - Spoon
    Welcome to the odd world of artist Marcel Dzama - whose previous work includes the cover art for Beck's album Guero – here making a rare excursion into music videos with a wonderfully strange video for the brilliant Austin band Spoon. It involves a bear, Red Riding Hood, chess pieces that come to life, Spoon mainman Britt Daniel as the Eyeball Kid, and a skeleton crew...
  • Spirit - Wintersleep
    Michael LeBlanc's huge ensemble dance video for Wintersleep sees a man search for a break from loneliness in a place so many do: the bingo hall. Set in a small Canadian town seemingly at the end of the world, we follow an isolated man as he dances his way through Twin Peaks-style surreality both inside and outside. Impressive large-scale shots of a populated street an...
  • Monterrey - TW Walsh
    Henry Kaplan's brilliant video for TW Walsh explores the trials of being a teenager in love in a time before instant communication (in this case, 1992). Set on the sidelines of an athletics field at the back of an American high school, Kaplan's video follows a young man with a note and a dream. The clip becomes a heartbreakingly sweet study of a kid waiting against al...
  • Boneyard - Fink
    Fink’s Sunday Night Blues Club, Vol. 1 is the first purely blues musical output from Fin Greenall. Produced and mixed by Fink and Flood (U2, PJ Harvey, Warpaint), this side project was recorded in Greenall’s Berlin studio prior to embarking on the eagerly anticipated new Fink studio album due for release later this year. With each track being recorded fast, live, usin...
  • Echoes - Flyte
    London alt-pop outfit Flyte have released this beautifully shot live performance video for their single Echoes. Director Balan Evans made the most of the stellar acoustics in St. Leonards Church in Shoreditch to capture multiple live performances of songs from the band's upcoming album, with an impressive, gorgeously textured result. Echoes is the first of a four part...
  • Beer On Ice - Blonde Summer
    'Beer On Ice' – the forthcoming single from LA’s sun-bleached slacker-rock outfit BLONDE SUMMER, comes via Dangerbird Records on November 18th 2016. Today hear the song exclusively at Crave Online. The A Side “BEER ON ICE” and B Side “SHA LA LA” are both returns to what Chris Pope, the band’s mastermind, does best. Telling stories thru fuzzed out vocals, of Lazy Days,...
  • Was It Really Worth It? - Sherlocks
    Aella Jordan-Edge has delivered this entertaining video for The Sherlocks' track Was It Really Worth It? about the lengths one will go to impress someone. The video opens at the beginning of the end, following a nascent relationship that is already fraught with tension because of a large age gap between the two lovers. The protagonist played by Conor McCarron becomes ...
  • I Wanna Prove To You - Lemon Twigs
    Nick Roney took The Lemon Twigs - that's teenage brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario - to stay with his real grandparents, in Pleasant Grove, Utah, for a few days to discover what it takes to have a long-term loving relationship. In their case, one going on fifty years. And if that sounds a bit dull, it's only because we're trying not to blurt out right away that thi...
  • The Meetings Of The Waters - Fionn Regan
    Fionn Regan's first single in six years comes complete with a Cillian Murphy-starring, eerie night drive directed by Yousef Eldin. Using diegetic sound to immerse the audience into the car, this creepy midnight drive in the woods is a woozy, sleepy and ultimately quite tense clip. Expertly letting imaginations run wild, the horror and the tension here build and build ...
  • Real Peach - Henry Jamison
    Released in October 2016, Henry Jamison’s debut EP has gotten 8.5 million Spotify streams, love from NPR, Noisey, Consequence of Sound, KCRW and more! He was World Cafe’s Artist to Watch, on Spotify’s Best of 2016 Folk list and is on Amazon’s Artists to Watch in 2017. Assuming that a pedigree in such things has any relevance at all, which is certainly unclear, Henry J...
  • Alpha Female - Wild Beasts
    Sasha Rainbow directs this powerfully cool promo for Wild Beasts. Shot in Bangalore, India, the clip acts as a portrait for a new generation of girls empowering themselves through skateboarding. Girls of all ages, in all manner of clothing, skate effortlessly through the city streets whilst onlookers seem amazed and confused. These awesome females tear up streets and ...
  • A Friend - Formation
    Davis Silis, take a bow. This perfectly choreographed fight sequence with a twist manages to accomplish a hell of a lot in a confined space. An empty carriage on a Victoria Line underground, two men in the throes of a brawl that could have been lifted straight from any action/thriller. Silis knows this and uses it to play with the form of the trope, and how it contras...
  • Panic - Piper Shepherd
    This music video was a collaborative effort between Piper Shepherd, Harry Koniditsiotis, George Hancock, and Shane Essary. It was filmed in Memphis, Tennessee in August of 2016. The video tells the story of Piper finally coming out of her shell as a musician and embracing that part of herself fully and freely. The video and song also collectively tell the story of los...