Finnish cello rockers Apocalyptica team up for the seventh time with Toronto-based Director Lisa Mann to unveil the official video for their new single “Cold Blood” from the forthcoming album “Shadowmaker”.
The video is a visual masterpiece that is elegant and trippy at the same time. Featuring the band in non-traditional performance set-ups it explores new textures, incorporates sculptural poses and creates the dark void world with background shadows. Ominous male figures perform alongside fragile ballerinas who turn at one point into white cellos.
Watch this rhythmical and stunning Apocalyptica’s music video, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
Canadian rockers Danko Jones premiered with a new video “Do You Wanna Rock” for their new single from the album “Fire Music”.
Loudwire describes it the best: “In the Lisa Mann-directed video, the trio acts as side players in the story of a couple who take the term “public display of affection” to new heights. The clip plays a bit with the timeline, revealing how this amorous pair first came into each other’s orbit and thus took their attraction into restaurants, taxi cabs, stores and even an auto garage”. Check out the full article here.
If You Do Wanna Rock, watch Danko Jones new video, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
KISSETTE Sandra and Marsha Krcmar, a sister DJ duo teamed up with vocalist Adam Martin on their latest video ‘Statue’. Directed by Aaron A and funded by MuchFACT, the clip is a beautiful visula of two couples in love.
Watch ‘Statue’ by KISSETTE featuring Adam Martin, directed by Aaron A, above!
The 2015 Juno Awards nominations were released today, and we are happy to announce a Field production picked up a nom for Video of the Year!
The clip for “Lost You”, by Zeds Dead featuring Twin Shadow, directed by Grandson & Son, is one of the five lucky nominees! Watch the mesmerizing video above.
For a full list of 2015 Juno nominees, click here.
Congrats to ALL nominees, and best of luck to Zeds Dead and Grandson & Son!
Find out if they take home the hardware live on March 15th from Hamilton, Ontario.
Seasons greetings from all of us here at The Field Inc! It was a fantastic year with many wonderful, cutting-edge, and innovative projects.
Thanks to everyone who worked with us in any capacity and helped ensure 2014 was another successful year.
For a year in review and to see some highlights from the second half of 2014, check out our semi-annual newsletter HERE.
Here’s to another great year in 2015. Happy Holidays!!
Toronto singer-songwriter Scott Helman continues to win over hearts and ears across Canada with his debut EP “Augusta”, in stores now. The young artist’s first single, the instantly addictive earworm “Bungalow”, is making waves across the country, and the just-released video is sure to do the same.
Directed by Aaron A, the video is a balanced mix of a literal interpretation of the lyrics and stunning images of Scott and his young love deep in the breathtaking wilderness at his “Bungalow”.
Watch Scott Helman’s “Bungalow”, directed by Aaron A, above!
Toronto hip-hip trio Ain’t No Love recently debuted the sensual and intimate clip for “Pussy Down”, directed by Aaron A.
The video is packed with arousing and sexy images and a solid performance from the group. Funded by MuchFACT, the video perfectly embodies the mood of the track.
Watch “Pussy Down” by Ain’t No Love, directed by Aaron A, above!
Director Ben Knechtel teamed up with Crystalyne once again to bring you another fun, vibrant and personality-filled video!
In “6 in the Morning”, band member Scotty spends the night sleep walking around Toronto tracing his bandmates tracks, with plenty of hijinks along the way. It’s a fun play on the lyrics of the track, with some surprises and hilarious moments.
Watch “6 in the Morning” by Crystalyne, directed by Ben Knechtel, above!
Country singer Leah Daniels latest single “Go Back” is a strong and powerful anthem with a bit of the twist. She sings to the other woman to “go back where you came from” in the ballad.
The video directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, in keeping with the same theme, is a beautiful yet dark narrative of a twisted love triangle. Like the song, it’s a great blend of a strong narrative mixed with the unexpected.
Watch “Go Back” by Leah Daniels, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, above!