The beautiful thing about today’s Video of the Day is that it captures something we’ve all felt before: a need to escape when everything’s a bit too much. This clip accompanies “Not To Worry” by Elk Road featuring Governors, and if ever the visual aspect of a music video have complemented the audio to perfection, it’s in this one.
Currently based out of London, West Australian musician Luke Kordly who performs under the name of The Bloom has had a fantastic 2015 so far. Fans embraced the release of The Bloom's debut single and EP How It Starts and through live shows in London, Luke's been able to connect even more with his fan base. Today, we're proud to premiere the music video for the track "She Said". Click through to watch the clip in full!
Brisbane duo Walken have recently dropped the music video for their grunge-soaked tune "Even if it Kills Me" - a single that positions the band alongside the likes of fellow Queenslanders Violent Soho, The Smith Street Band and others in the crop of Aussies who have been flying the flag for music that is good to thrash, dance, drink and party to.
As with every bit of music they're putting out, Little May's music video for single "Seven Hours" is as gorgeous and flecked with an ethereal quality as you'd expect. The girls, currently on tour through Europe, release the visuals along with the release of their long-awaited and much anticipated debut record For the Company today.
Adelaide electro-pop duo Nakatomi have released a new single in "The Knife", a great introduction to lovers of synths, beats and throwbacks to some glorious neon-drenched 80s flair. The film clip, directed by Aaron Schuppan, shares this distinctly 80's vibe, embracing a sci-fi/Blade Runner type quality to the narrative. No schtick, all quality - click through to check it out!
L-Fresh the Lion may be a talented writer and performer, but the way he has been able to use his platform as an artist to project his beliefs and messages that resonate with many people around the country over the past year especially has been nothing short of stirring. His latest tune, "Get Mine", featuring the perfectly placed vocal of Parvyn Kaur Singh, is the hip hop artist's most current example of turning frustration into sheer determination - the music video is equally as effective.
Today’s video of the day is an absolute blinder of a track from Sydney prog-rock three piece MOON. This four-and-a-half minute instrumental is a phenomenal recording in its own right, yet when it’s combined with this fascinating video it somehow becomes even better. Also, their drummer is 12 years old. Their debut album The Orbitor is due for release in early 2016 and if this is anything to go by I’ll certainly be picking it up.
“Good Times”, lifted off Jamie XX’s debut album In Colour has already proven to be a hit, clocking up 22 million plays on Spotify alone, and it’s just gotten the video treatment courtesy of director Rollo Jackson.
Sydney-based drummer, songwriter and producer Commandeur (perhaps better known as one of the founding members of the late Operator Please) has released his debut solo single "Wasted". Today, its accompanying music video has taken out our Music Video of the Day title!
Acoustic folk rock couple Falls have gently been making a name for themselves over the past few years. Now having toured with the likes of The Lumineers, Passenger and Of Monsters and Men, Falls are definitely on the road to success. Today, we're proud to premiere the music video of their track "Let in The Light". Click through to watch!
Holding the privilege of being the first international signing from local label Monday Records, New York outfit Home Lives recently unveiled their debut single, "Cool Waves Young Blood", and today we're excited to premiere its excellent music video. The duo is fronted by Mike Horgan, with Brittany Cohen rounding out the pair - while Noah Bowman, drummer of Diet Cig, also features on the track, taken from their debut, self-titled EP, which will be released soon. Enjoy the phenomenal, guitar drenched, lo-fi gem here:
RÜFÜS (or RÜFÜS DU SOL as they are known in North America) continually deliver fantastic music. And their latest single - the second to be taken from their upcoming record Bloom - "Like An Animal" is no exception. Directed by Katzki, featuring animation by Jack Vanzet & Katzki, is also a pretty damn fine clip and it makes it in as our final Music Video of the Day for this week! Watch it here:
Australian Blues Rock band Transvaal Diamond Syndicate have released a video for their latest single "The River" - for which they head out on tour today - sure to cause controversy and engineered to precede important discussion. The confronting 6 minute, black and white filmclip speaks out on violence against women, coming complete with a justified trigger warning to deliver a strong, artistic piece aimed at raising awareness and funds for an issue that impacts many.
World’s End Press' signature of blending live instrumentation with electronic music still holds strong in their latest release “Tall Stories”. Lifted off their upcoming EP, the video for “Tall Stories” is a visually stunning multi-disciplsinerary piece, and certainly makes us keen for the new music to come from World’s End Press. Check out the new single here:
Canberra's Peking Duk regularly deliver some pretty great content - both in music and video form. Their latest video for "Say My Name" (featuring Benjamin Joseph) may just take the cake, however. The Anthony Chirco directed video is hilarious and features Matt McGorry of Orange Is The New Black and How To Get Away With Murder. Adam from the duo, as well as Matt himself had a few words to say about our Music Video of the day: