Flying Lotus featuring Kendrick Lamar- “Never Catch Me” directed by Hiro Murai
Tennis- “I’m Callin” directed by Keith Musil
Angel Olsen- “Windows” directed by Rick Alverson
TV on the Radio- “Happy Idiot” directed by Danny Jelinek
Spoon- “Do You” directed by Hiro Murai
Tkay Maidza- “U-Huh” directed by Mathematics
Alvvays- “Archie, Marry Me” directed by Gavin Keen and Allison Johnson
Karen O- “Rapt” directed by Barney Clay
-David Bowie- “The Stars (Are Out Tonight) directed by Floria Sigismondi
-Majical Cloudz- “Childhood’s End” directed by Emily Kai Bock
-Mr. Little Jeans- “Oh Sailor” directed by Tim Nackashi
-Beach House- “Wishes” directed by Eric Wareheim
-Phosphorescent- “Ride On/ Right On” directed by Matthew Houck
-Father John Misty- “Fun Times in Babylon” directed by: Josh Tillman and Grant James
-The Knife- “A Tooth for an Eye” directed by Roxy Farhat & Kakan Hermansson
-Glass Candy- “Beautiful Object” filmed by Martin D’ Argensio, compiled and edited by Alberto Rossini
-Washed Out- “Don’t Give Up” directed by Kate Moross
-Silversun Pickups- “Dots and Dashes (Enough Already)” directed by Suzie Vlcek
The video for Phosphorescent’s “Ride On/ Right On,” directed by Matthew Houck, is pretty great. It’s best if you know nothing about it before you watch it.
This video was released a while back, but I keep coming across it. It’s pretty awesome. Each time I watch it, I feel like it gets more and more amazing. Emily Kai Bock does such a great job directing in this video!
Yesterday at MTV’s Video Music Awards, the music video for Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors,” directed by Floria Sigismondi, won the Video of the Year award. It’s really cool that her work was finally recognized in this setting! Below, is a gallery of some of Floria Sigismondi’s work. Also, you should look up some of her music videos (and films) if you’re not familiar with her work.
Photos © Floria Sigismondi
Felt that this was the most appropriate video to post for today’s holiday