It’s difficult to write about Bjork. She’s dazzling and unique and brilliant, and not many words can do her justice. Her recent album Vulnicura was a dizzyingly powerfull. Now, we’ve got a video clip to unfold the gorgeous album artwork, created by Bjork in collaboration with famed photographers Inez & Vinoodh, plus visual effects producers Framstore. Watch as the album cover comes to life, in all its beautiful, warped, extremely detailed glory.
Courts, Part Of
We posted about Courts’ wonderfully punky Part Of a couple weeks ago, and now we’ve got a video clip to boot. The clip was filmed while the Essex five-piece were enjoying a holiday. Watch as they drink, swim, party and generally have a great damn time – all to the very sweet sound of their own tune.
Pepa Knight, Coyote Choir
Now very much a solo artist in his own right, Jinja Safari’s Pepa Knight has released the brightly coloured video for his indie-with-an-Indian-flair single, Coyote Choir. The clip couldn’t be more perfect for the song. Bringing together the vast landscapes of Australia and New Zealand, the clip was shot on 8mm film by Sam Kristofski.
Saskwatch, I’ll Be Fine
Saskwatch have had a big week for news. Not only have they announced a huge lineup change (Will, Sam, Nic and Ed – horns and drums – are all leaving), but they’ve announced a new album, tour dates, single, and this video, with beautiful animations courtesy of Jason Galea. The album, Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, is set for a June 12 release and will reportedly be “evolutionary.” Have a listen and watch the first single from the new record:
Wolf Alice, Giant Peach
I was only introduced to Wolf Alice at Falls Festival this year, but they put on a killer show, and I’ve been following them ever since. Now gearing up to release their debut album, My Love Is Cool, on June 19, they’re unveiled the video clip for new single Giant Peach. The clip was directed by S’blood and features a pretty tongue-in-cheek look at the industry: evil managers, a mockumentary and serious partying ensure that chaos ensues from start to end.
Peter Bibby, Goodbye Johnny
I recently had the chance to share brunch with Peter Bibby, whose half-fabricated half-completely-real stories of hazy, romantic, drunken Australiana is, for whatever reason, really really special.The video clip for Goodbye Johnny features the actual Johnny, who the song is about, in a whole range of clips from Bibby’s life in Melbourne, a trip through the Californian desert, music festivals (watch out for cameos from Nick Allbrook and Mac DeMarco) and more.