Category Archives: Music Video

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Yelchin RIP

“Holding on for Life”

The celebrated 2013 Broken Bells music video starring Anton Yelchin and Kate Mara takes on an added poignancy following Yelchin's untimely death on June 19, 2016, at age 27.


Pet Shop Boys: Twenty-Something

Long-running electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys hired director Gavin Filipiak, best-known for his work with cholo goth band Prayers (PSB discovered Prayers via their cover of PSB's "West End Girls"), to visualize their latest single as a story about the life … more »

Can't Stop the Feeling!

Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”

Director Mark Romanek was behind the camera for the latest feel-good music video from Justin Timberlake — this one tied into the DreamWorks Animation release of Trolls.


El Guincho: Pizza

Director Alberto Blanco envisions a world where pizza is a controlled substance for this tune by playful Spanish musician Pablo Diaz-Reixa, better known as El Guincho. Barcelona-based DP Jose Luis Bernal and editor Pau Luzón worked on the clip, which was created … more »

Run the Jewels Love Again

Run the Jewels: “Love Again”

It takes some work to make a video that's even more singlemindedly filthy (NSFW!) than the sex-obsessed lyrics to the latest Run the Jewels single, but director Ninian Doff brings his "A" game to making insect behavior look seriously "XXX." … more »


Radiohead: Daydreaming

If you like Paul Thomas Anderson films and tracking shots, today is your lucky day. The new(est) Radiohead music video was directed by P.T. Anderson and edited by Andy Jurgensen. The Steadicam operator (respect!) is Ari Robbins.

Radiohead "Burn the Witch"

Radiohead: Burn the Witch

One of the most revered modern rock bands channels the English horror-film classic The Wicker Man in this stop-motion animated music video from director Chris Hopewell, editor Ben Foley and DP Jon Davey. Hopewell previously made a video for Radiohead's Hail to … more »


Prince Steals the Show at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

One of the most famous moments in the history of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame comes at 3:28 into this perfomance of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," where Prince hijacks the stage from Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Steve … more »


Kiefer Sutherland “Not Enough Whiskey”

After so many years of seeing him topline 24, well, let's just say there's a little cognitive dissonance involved in watching Keifer Sutherland growl out a sad country song.

Baaba Maal: Gilli Men

Senegalese superstar Baaba Maal's new album The Traveller gets a moody and colorful music video promo through director Nate Camponi and Chief Productions. James Watson was the DP and James Bamford colored the project at The Mill.