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Jo Peel: Things Change

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Optimistic stop-motion street art in London

For "Things Change," UK artist and Scrawl Collective member Jo Peel spent three weeks filming herself while painting an outdoor mural at Village Underground in London. Using stop-motion animation, she then condensed the footage into a pleasing three-minute clip with a pointed eco message. "[It's] an optimistic look at the idea of human impermanence," she writes. "The buildings and debris created......read more

King Krule "Easy Easy"

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18-year-old London phenom returns with a new video directed by Focus Creeps

"Easy Easy," the lead single from the upcoming King Krule LP, offers more proof that teenage ginger Archy Marshall is a one of the most promising talents in pop music today. The understated track, dominated by Marshall's heavy baritone and unique guitar stylings, now has an equally direct and compelling video courtesy of Focus Creeps. The clip finds Marshall and a mate doing the things......read more

London Grammar "Hey Now"

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In which a floating blonde wig sets off a stop-motion laser show in a forest

Genre-defying trio London Grammar has shared a weirdly romantic video for "Hey Now," in which a spectral wig floats through a forest in search of a mate, and sets off a stop-motion laser show in the process. The clip, created by Chris Ullens, makes a mesmerizing pair with the sweeping, emotional sounds of the track. Watch as dazzling shapes, vectors, and patterns light up the trees, before......read more

Palace "Bitter"

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London's latest buzz band drops atmospheric video for subtly anthemic 'Bitter'

"Bitter," the second track from upstart UK act Palace, is a perfectly autumnal anthem, all warm guitars and comforting, catchy vocals. Now with nearly 140,000 plays on Souncloud, the track has a video that builds on the atmospheric vibe. Working in flawless unison with the tune, the Liam Saint-Pierre-directed video finds a nameless protagonist waking up alone in the woods, before searching......read more

Still Corners, "Into The Trees"

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Shimmering, cinematic vid for upstart dream-pop foursome from London

In this swirling new video for "Into The Trees" from UK's Still Corners, director Ollie Murray serves up a literal interpretation of the song's title. Murray takes some beautiiful found nature footage, with cameos from a bear, a deer, and a waterfall, and juxtaposes it against kaleidoscopic shots of the band members doing performing the song. It's a dreamy clip, one that goes perfectly with the......read more

G. Love & Special Sauce, "Stone Me" (Unofficial)

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Stop motion animation by London's Florence Jones

Florence Jones wasn't satisfied that one of her favorite tunes was video-less, so she did what a creative and enterprising internet user should do -- she made her own and uploaded it to the web. Laid-back Philly blues-hop trio G. Love & Special Sauce are the benefactors of her creativity, which outfits the jam with a lovingly made stop-motion treatment that nicely fits the......read more

Terrain

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Hallucinatory London landscape with mellifluous music.

Foreign shapes envelop and blend with London's landscape creating a surreal unity. A wonderfully visual confection with a great track to accompany it. The piece is by Irrum K and Jeremy C. Music by Beach House - Take Care (Sub Pop). ...read more

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