Low – “Plastic Cup”
Low have released a new video for their song “Plastic Cup”, from their 10th album, The Invisible Way. The clip was directed by friend Ryley Fogg.
Low’s Alan Sparhawk had this to say about the “Plastic Cup” video and why they chose to work with Ryley Fogg: “I have known director Ryley Fogg since we were in a band together in college called “3D Psycho Paisley”. Ryley has gone on into film, most recently being part of Sound City film with Dave Grohl. The video imagery draws heavily on the look of the first “talkies”, taking the band thru a psychedelic, alien encounter from outside our little sparkly world.”
Boyfrndz – “Moving Parts”
Austin trio Boyfrndz have revealed a creepy video for the song “Moving Parts”. The video was directed by Sean Stout of Terroreyes.tv. People go out to eat and then they start falling apart, making messes everywhere with their leaking bodies.
Creative Adult – “Chemical Glow”
Creative Adult don’t seem very creative with their latest video — it’s shot performance style in a very hazy lo-fi manner — however, the same can’t be said for their music. And as you’ll hear with “Chemical Glow”, they know how to bring the noise. The song is taken from the band’s EP Bulls In The Yard.
Blue Hawaii – “Reaction II”
Melissa Matos directed the new dream-like video for Blue Hawaii‘s song, “Reaction II”. The song appears on the band’s recent album, Untogether.
DeLooze – “Lost Army”
Emerging gothic / power-pop artist DeLooze has released the video for new single, “Lost Army”. The sci-fi clip (a sort of black-and-white Avatar) was directed by US based producer/director Anthony Furlong.
Johnnyswim – “Heart Beats”
Cobalt Cranes – “Devils All Around”
Cobalt Cranes have shared a new video for “Devils All Around”. The band’s debut LP, Head In The Clouds, is out now via their own Anticc Records. The tripped out video was directed by bandmates Tim Foley and Kate Betuel themselves.
Casey Shea – “I Don’t Wanna Wait”
Casey Shea has shared a new lyrics video for “I Don’t Wanna Wait”. The video was created entirely with the new presentation software, Powtoon, the piece shows two characters, in which the male is tired of waiting for the female.