Archive for animation
Here’s the new animated video for Australian singer-songwriter, Courtney Barnett‘s latest single, Anonymous Club.
The video by Celeste Potter has a beautifully retro look to it (and a style that reminds me slightly of a lo-fi Pete Fowler) – check it out below:
Anonymous Club is taken from Barnett‘s 2013 album, ‘The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas‘ – which is available now on iTunes.
I really like this video for the new tune by The Hold Steady, ‘Spinners’ – check it out below:
The song might be verging on the dreary (although I like it’s bleak charms) but the video for These New Puritan‘s ‘V (Island Song)‘ is brilliant. Top animated oddness – check it out below:
V (Island Song) is taken from These New Puritan‘s latest album, Field Of Reeds.
Now this is a very cool video:
Here’s the beautiful and strange video for Youth Lagoon‘s latest single, Raspberry Cane. The video is the work of Irish animator, Stephen McNally – check it out below:
Raspberry Cane is taken from Youth Lagoon’s Wondrous Bughouse album, which is out now.
King Khan & The Shrines’ forthcoming album, Idle No More is out on the 3rd September. It’s their first album in six years and they’ve teamed up with German animation collective, Hylas to create their latest video for one of the album’s tracks, Darkness. Check it out below.
Check out this really cool stop-motion video for Japanese pop star Shugo Tokumaru‘s new single, Katachi:
This is beautiful….
Time To Be Clear is from Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s latest album Wolfroy Goes to Town and is out now as a digital single.