Oakland’s very own Trails and Ways already take hold with their ethnic-styled dream pop that’s ripe with heavy bossa nova influences. And now their visuals do just the same.
It may be the start of December but my mind is set on travel and the world abroad, and thankfully, the band’s newest video for their track, “Tereza,” is the perfect remedy. Gorgeous blue water, vibrant reef life, and those gentle female vocals take me somewhere else. Hit play above and find yourself lost.
I have the pleasure of watching one of my best friends get married to the man she’s given her heart to for the past seven years. Tonight, I will watch two close friends of mine commit to each other for duration of the rest of their lives. Beautiful is an understatement.
Today will be filled with prosecco, shutter sounds, and tons and tons of love. But most importantly, grace. A wedding that was preceded with various, natural, moments of grace between two wonderful people. I love, love, y’all. It’s going to be a good one tonight.
The harmonies alone that come from the Aussie female trio, Little May, are enough on their own to have won me over. But, their visual combination is what really gets me.
They seem to convey exactly what they want to evoke out of each single they choose. “Hide” falls right in line with its climactic story line that builds and builds and then finally seems to reach its natural peak. I like how clear-cut the characters actions appear, how definitive and planned everything feels. And the bonfire at the end is a little wild.
I really dig animated videos for some reason. I think it’s because it’s more straightforward than creating an actual music video. It’s the artist and his or her own interpretation of what they’re listening to.
In Young Galaxy’snewest video for their track, “Sleepwalk With Me,” our eyes are met with brilliant colors and effects that match perfectly with the tropical melody. Truly fantastic work that only compliments YG’s incredible fourth studio release, Ultramarine.
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Although I’m sad to see Les Enfants go, it is exciting that a new project, Ezra Vine, has been pursued. Not much of a complete profile as of yet, but already we’re getting the full sound of what the song, “Celeste,” was truly supposed to sound like. Watch it paired with very cute animation above and be sure to grab the single for keeps here.
Minimal audio alongside its visual minimal counterpart. I really enjoy when artists fight the temptation and hold back.
Barely out of high school, Adna has a voice that sounds like it’s trudged through decades. It’s calm and controlled yet strong and unabashed at times. In her video for her song, “Dreamer,” Adna chooses imagery over storytelling, leaving you replaying the video over and over, revisiting and scrutinizing each and every shot.
When I say I love everything about ON AN ON’smusic video for their track, “The Hunter,” I mean everything.
From the abandoned setting, to the absolute recklessness caught on film, to the badass strut that our two long haired leads have..I dig it all. The climactic track lends well to the pyro stunts, actual ring of fire, and the obscene amount of head banging. It’s fucking fabulous.
Heard they recently killed it at the Gov’s Ball, be sure to check out the rest of their debut album, Give In.
I love the fuzzy glow and 70′s rock star vibe, everything about The Preatures newest music video for their single, “Is This How You Feel?”, is completely vintage. Fall in love by pressing play above and be sure to check out their upcoming tour schedule if you’re lucky enough to be residing in their home country of Australia.
Slowed down, hushed vocals, and much more abstract visuals in Bombay Show Pig’s latest video for track, “Fingerprint.”
I really enjoy the minute details and evolving concept from small to large that builds throughout the entire video. The edits work well too. As the track gets larger and more momentous, adding plenty of brass and other elements, as do the shots tying everything together.