LET THEM BE SEEN: Music Videos, April.
Each month we’ll be documenting some of our favourite new video clips, because video clips are pretty god damn beautiful, or interesting, or just down right weird (sometimes).
This month, a few old favourites and a few new crushes released music videos to further hook us in with their aesthetic. All of them are unique visually, but it must be noted that they're great tracks too.
Likely the most profound of the bunch is Venezuelan producer Arca and his intense journey in ‘Desafio’. Dressed in leather and surrounded by flashing lights, he slowly crawls through the darkness as he is pushed around by four men - a metaphor for the chaotic state of the world at this point in time.
Highly recommend watching and listening to all of the below:
TOPS - 'PETALS' (Canada)
Director: Jane Penny
KEVIN MORBY - ‘ABOARD MY TRAIN' (USA)
Director: Kevin Morby
BLEEDING KNEES CLUB - ‘CHEW THE GUM’ (Australia)
Director: Sonny Costin
GURR - 'ODE TO OATMEAL' (Germany)
Director: Luis Krummenacher
ARCA - 'DESAFIO' (Venezuela)
Director: Jesse Kanda
KIRIN J CALLINAN - 'BRAVADO' (Australia)
Director: Vincenzi Vandella
THE RUMINATERS - 'HOW CAN I' (Australia)
Director: James Marcus Haney
SLOWES - 'HEARTBREAK:AGAIN' (Denmark)
Directors: Bjarke Underbjerg + Pelle Gøtze
*This video is one of a three part series.
OHYEAHSUMI - 'SNOWFLAKES' (USA)
Directors: Lena + Rena Vernon
*This was released at the very end of March but we're making an exception because <3