Jamie Mitchell’s debut video with FAMILIA explores the sinister and sexual nature of the track from Until The Ribbon Breaks. The video is uniquely uncomfortable to watch, as it is compelling.
FAMILIA were centre stage again at this years SS15 fashion week. Capturing the stunning work of some of London’s top designers, it was downright awesome to be back.
Whilst touring the festival circuit this summer Eliza And The Bear managed to find the time to team up with Francis Wallis for an uplifting promo for Light It Up. Celebrating the unsung heroes of this world Francis manages to captivate the upbeat nature of the band’s sound.
Sashinski’s hitchhiker tale works nicely for Jakob Leidholm’s first video. Shot in Cordoba, Spain it was a shoot punctuated with good food and wine, the video’s not bad too.
Sigma’s first single and video also directed by Craig has been ever-present for 2014, so when they released their second single with vocals from Paloma Faith it was destined that they would hit the number 1 spot again. Shot in Miami, Craig Moore directs a vibrant and colourful video with just a little help from a 1959 Chevy Impala. Bounce!
Sashinski hits the streets of New York to team up with Ferreck Dawn & Redondo for his dance track Love Too Deep. The video captures the energy of the track in this Spike Lee inspired 90s throwback.
Francis Wallis directs this spot for Black Skulls and captures the essence of the British bike scene and their new leather jacket range.