The new music video for Haunt The Woods to accompany their single Elephant sets out the stall of the Cornwall four-piece. The stunning visuals along with the ear-wriggling, soul stirring Haunt The Woods sound shouts an eloquent “Oi!” with a grabbing ethereal insistence. All while putting Cornwall and the South West centre-stage.[Read more…] about Evocative and abstract journey: Elephant by Haunt The Woods
Pattern Pusher’s video to their song Lose Myself is a lot of fun of visual hi-jinx and on-screen naughtiness. We asked them what inspired them and how they made it.
Five-piece power band Harry Munk have a very practical approach to making their music videos, and it’s one that has captured their energy, vibe and creative expressions.
Inspired by the video to the Breadline single from their Pocket Full of Nothing album, we got in touch with a few questions about their videos.
Put your feet up and settle down to a heart-warming romantic tune from Benjamin Akira Tallamy.
Filmmaking and creative powerhouse Oddbodies have a musical arm –Ma Bain -which has just released an EP and mustered its creative expertise to bring you a new video to go along with one of their tunes.
At just 19 years of age filmmaker Chris Trevena from Camborne is already building up an impressive showreel. Alongside studying for his HND in Media Moving Image at Truro College, Chris can often be found behind his camera, at gigs and festivals across the South West. An avid music listener, Chris has been working closely with several Devon and Cornwall based acts over the last 12 months, filming them live, and even throwing intimate festivals in his back garden.
Sigur RÃ³s, the ambient/post-rock band from ReykjavÃk, Iceland recently invited directors to create an original music video for a track off their new album, Valtari.
Josh Gaunt of Syndrome Pictures is an accomplished experimental filmmaker, and his music video for Birdengine’s Music at Court takes that otherness of the forest to creepy new levels.
The band comes from Exeter and the skulls were shot in Kostnice for Miska Morning’s video of Interiors’ tune Housefly.
Dan and Bo Wiseman of Exeter-based Wiseman Productions love working with British Hip-Hop duo Carpetface & Audible 1, and you get the feeling for that with their video of the duo’s Down To The Sound ditty.
According to their blurb, Interiors (who were once 97 Lovers) are an English rock band based in London and Exeter, and this is the video of their single Next Best Thing, directed by filmmaking supremo Harry Willmott.
Devon filmmaker, one-time footy-superstar hopeful, and half of Screen 3, Andy Oxley has dipped his toe into music video waters with his Electric Eyes video for Terminal Gods.
Exeter Phoenix Digital will be hosting an evening dedicated to the creative talents of the south west by screening a selection of locally produced music videos.
Totnes born singer-songwriter Ben Howard had the video for his single Keep Your Head Up shot on the Dartington Estate, South Devon, this summer.
The Simmertones are a Devon-based band with not a little international success. This video of their Warm Your Bones tune was made by Nick Lee of the Music Mill, Newton Abbot -it’s where the band record their music, too. Settle back, enjoy and Warm Your Bones to the Simmertones
South Devon band the Quails are no more, and in the second of our two-handed tribute to the trubadoors, here’s the video for their Argentina tune, made by Exeter-based production company Pangaea TV.
This is part one of our two-parted belated fairwell to South Devon band the Quails, who invigorated South Devon filmmakers by asking them to do their videos, right from the get-go. This is directed by Dave Reynolds of Realm Pictures (you, know, Zomblies).
â€ªLast summer the very talented filmmaking abilities of Ashley Thorpe, Toby DeBurgh and Tom Atkinson worked together on a video for the catchy This Mystery from The Sunshine Getaway.