Canadian alt-rock band The Darcys bring you their latest video for their song “Hunting”. The single is from Warring, their third album which was also nominated for Best Alternative Album at the Juno Awards this year!
Their first animated video is a complex piece with many different characters and situations coming together as one. The more you watch it, the more you will see! Directed by Grandson & Son, the video is a visual treat.
DISCLAIMER: This is the unrated version of the video not seen on TV which contains mild nudity. Please be advised.
Check out the mesmerizing “Hunting” by The Darcys, directed by Grandson and Son, above!
After recently winning a Juno for Breakthrough Group of the Year, this First Nations DJ collective has now released their first major video for “Sisters”, featuring Northern Voice. The group seemlessly blends hip hop, reggae and dubstep sonics with tradtional First Nations riffs and tunes to create the newest and most innovative dance music to come about in years. What makes this band so unique is their First Nations influences in their music through vocal chants and drums.
Filmed on location from Toronto to Montreal (and everywhere in between), the video shows three sisters heading out on the road to the Electric Pow Wow, where they rock out to A Tribe Called Red’s energetic and heart pumping music.
This track was released on their album Nation II Nation, released in 2013.
Watch the video for “Sisters” directed by Jon Riera, above!
After winning The Next Star 2013 – Season 6, Alicia Moffet sure isn’t slowing down. Following her winning song and video for “Better Watch Out For Me”, she recently released her first official solo music video for “Why Do Boys Lie”. This video sure gets our vote!
Filmed on location in Toronto and directed by Dan LeMoyne, this music video is a passionate portrayal of the heartbreak and sorrow that often comes with young love. Since Alicia is bilingual, there is also a French version of the song and video entitled “Pourquoi Mentir”. You’re welcome! (De rein!)
Watch Alicia Moffet’s music video for “Why Do Boys Lie” directed by Dan LeMoyne, above!
CCMA 2013’s Rising Star Bobby Wills latest single “Crazy Enough” is here – a fun and exciting new track about loving life, having fun, and being just the right amount of crazy.
Filmed on location in Vancouver, BC, director Stephano Barberis certainly embraces that thrilling energy in this exhilarating music video full of flips, jumps, and great country music. We might have to take up parkour this summer!
Check out “Crazy Enough” by Bobby Wills, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian heritage (Canada Music fund) and of Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.
Produced in Co-operation with Country Music Television Canada’s Video Advantage Grant Program