Category Archives: Music Video

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Lily Allen “As Long As I Got You”

English singer-songwriter Lily Allen wandered the grounds of the Glastonbury Festival near Somerset, England, last month, interacting with concert-goers and turning her latest music video into a spirited mini-documentary. Christopher Sweeney directed.


Aaron David Gleason “Mastermind”

New York-based filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp directed this fever-dream of a music video for artist Aaron David Gleason with appearances by Chris Sarandon and Tony Award-winners Alice Ripley and Joanna Gleason. It's edited by Patrick McGowan and the DP is Kenneth … more »

Word Crimes

“Weird Al” Yankovic “Word Crimes”

Great lyric video or the best lyric video? "Weird Al" Yankovic, pop parodist extraordinaire, sends up the Robin Thicke smash "Blurred Lines" with this amazing, animated ode to good copy editing. The video's director, Jarrett Heather, has built a generous … more »


The Peach Kings: Mojo Thunder

New York design and animation studio Ataboy created this animated white-on-black music video for L.A. duo The Peach Kings. Directors Kris Merc and Benjy Brooke considered chalk and crayon drawings on cardstock and newsprint before deciding to create the entire … more »


DyE “She’s Bad”

Sex is downright predatory in this humorous but potentially trauma-inducing (and NSFW) music video for French provocateur DyE. It's directed by filmmaking collective Dent de Cuir and makes wicked use of wild-animal stock footage.


Royal Blood “Figure It Out”

Red and blue filters in front of the camera obscure and reveal details in this grisly music video directed by Ninian Doff (repped by Pulse) for the British duo Royal Blood.


OK GO “The Writing’s on the Wall”

OK Go may be trying to set some kind of record for the most optical illusions in one video with this carefully choreographed clip directed by the band's Damian Kulash Jr. along with Aaron Duffy and Bob Partington of New … more »


All By Myself

What do you do when you're stuck at the Las Vegas Airport overnight? Shoot a music video on your iPhone. That's what.


James “Moving On”

Stop-motion animator Ainslie Henderson says he got the idea for this music video about birth, life, and death (not necessarily in that order) when he walked past "a typical Edinburgh knitwear shop." Michael Hughes was the lead animator.


Jack White “Lazaretto”

There's just a ton of rock-and-roll attitude in this black-and-white clip for the title track from guitar hero Jack White's new album. It's directed by French duo Jonas & Francois.