From the album Soldier Like Ma Papa. Directed by Shamak Allaharamadji.
Radiant dance moves snugly fit against the angelic singing and minimal production of To Be Frank’s “Broken.”
From the album Creatures of the Night. Directed by Gordon Lindsay.
From the album Wish Bone. Directed by Duncan Winecoff.
Directed by Laban Pheidias.
From the album Great Divide. Directed by Jonas Odell.
Australian indie band The Holidays infuses “Home” with chip-tune’s bounce and synthy levity, bridging the gap between rock and pop. The songs’ video is about the disenchantment and the dislocation one feels while travelling the city.
When you name a song, “Cinematic,” you better bring your A game to the video. Pandr Eyez takes the spooky grandeur of their music to the screen by examining a chilly scene in a Catholic church.
Directed by Owen Tozer.
Berlin’s Chopstick & Johnjon present a compelling video for their track “Pining Moon.” A split screen follows two halves of a couple as they go about their day. Small yet, important details are revealed about them as the relaxing song plays in the...
“Wonder” celebrates the memory of a lost friend. Canada’s Adventure Club paint a forlorn portrait at the same time they compose an uplifting tune.
First Nations group A Tribe Called Red unleash their finest yet in “Sisters” featuring Northern Voice. Their Pow Wow Step sound is addictive, electric, entrancing, spiritual, and celestial.
Sky Ferreira recorded the pop ode and video for “I Blame Myself” in response to the microscope that was taken to her personal life last year. By placing herself as the badass leader of a crew of equally misunderstood inner city black men, she’s...