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!
Art Department, internationally renown DJ’s hailing from Toronto, teamed up with vocalist Seth Troxler on their latest single “Cruel Intentions”. Directed by Grandson and Son, and funded by MuchFACT, the video is a visually enthralling and trippy piece, and the perfect companion to the minimalist electronic track.
Debuting on Entertainment Weekly, the video is already a hit and has received accolades from many publications worldwide. Entertainment Weekly sums it up best: “The video adds in a bit of creepy surveillance-state paranoia and abstract sexiness to the cocktail of intriguingly weird vibes.” Check out the full article here.
Watch “Cruel Intentions” by Art Department featuring Seth Troxler, directed by Grandson and Son, above!
Director Stephano Barberis recently travelled to sunny California to shoot Bobby Wills’ latest video, “Undressed”.
The clip is a stunning depiction of the California desert, paired with a beautiful visual of a couple in love. The video is packed with breathtaking images and a strong performance from Bobby, in what Stephano lovingly calls his “souvlaki western”.
Watch “Undressed” by Bobby Wills, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!
Canadian country star Brett Kissel teamed up with Director Lisa Mann for a second time on his latest video, “Something You Just Don’t Forget”. The pair also collaborated on his last video “Tough People Do”.
In the video, Brett shows off some serious acting chops. Playing himself after a traumatic accident suffering amnesia, we see Brett on his journey to regain his health and memories by reflecting on happy times with his wife. There is a reason the couple’s chemistry appears so genuine – that’s Brett’s real life wife starring alongside him!
Watch “Something You Just Don’t Forget” by Brett Kissel, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
Rising pop star Virginia to Vegas , who had a huge hit this summer with label mate Alyssa Reid in “We Are Stars”, teamed up with Director Aaron A for his latest video “Don’t Fight The Music”.
Filmed on location in New York City, the video goes through all struggles of a relationship – the highs and lows, the happy and sad times, and everything in between. Featuring stunning shots of the NYC lights, Coney Island boardwalk, and city skyline. Derik (AKA VIIV) describes the clip as, ‘captur[ing] the juxtaposition between falling in love and falling apart’.
Watch “Don’t Fight The Music” by Virginia To Vegas, directed by Aaron A, above!
Rising country star Alee travelled to New York City this Fall with The Field and Aaron A to shoot her latest music video “Only The Strong Survive”, and now we have the final product!
The heartwarming video shows Alee taking a inner city kid under her wing, spending the day exploring the city while treating her to delicious food and beautiful clothes. At the end, she makes a decision that will continue to effect the child’s life for years to come.
Watch the touching “Only The Strong Survive” music video by Alee, directed by Aaron A, above!
Mother Mother’s second video from their brand new album “Very Good Bad Thing” is here, and it’s a trip. Welcome to the jungle….
“Monkey Tree”, directed by Lisa Mann, is a fun yet dark and twisted video that really encapsulates the vibe of the song. Jam-packed with interesting and bizarre visuals, you’ll notice something new every tim you watch it.
Watch “Monkey Tree” by Mother Mother, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
The Wilderness of Manitoba worked with director Nathan Boey on their latest video, “Leave Someone”, from their recently released fourth album.
According to Nathan, “it’s about the void, stillness, and that constant fleeting sensation that exists when someone leaves your life.” The feeling is evident in the clip, and Exclaim.ca says, “Both playful and slightly eerie, the video does justice to the uptempo folk pop song.” We couldn’t agree more.
Watch “Leave Someone” by The Wilderness of Manitoba, directed by Nathan Boey, above!
Eleven Past One are back with their new single “I’m Ready” in an empowering video, directed by Ben Knechtel!
Ben teamed up with the guys previously, directing their videos for “Tonight’s The Night” and “The World Is Ours”. For their latest video, the theme is about overcoming your struggles, whatever they are, and coming into the light feeling strong and courageous.
Check out “I’m Ready” by Eleven Past One, directed by Ben Knechtel, above!