Canadian popstar Fefe Dobson and director Aaron A have teamed up again in the video for her new song “In Better Hands”.
Shot on location in Toronto, Fefe brings some serious energy to her performance in this video, delivering a powerful message about love. The clip is a simple yet beautifully stylized depiction of couples in love – the highs, the lows, and the feeling of giving someone your fragile heart.
Check out “In Better Hands” by Fefe Dobson, directed by Aaron A, above!
The always fantastic country star AJ Woodworth recently collaborated with Canadian indie rock rising stars The Matinee on the killer duet “Why Baby Why”.
Shot in Vancouver, BC, director Stephano Barberis brought this breakup song to life in a cinematic music video that juxtaposes the strong emotional lyrics with neutral and understated colours. Showing off stellar performances by AJ Woodworth and The Matinee, the music video is resilient in every sense of the word.
Watch the video for “Why Baby Why” by AJ Woodworth & The Matinee above!
Down With Webster are at it again with Director Aaron A.
The two parties got together last October to create a video for “Party For Your Life” (pun intended) and the MMVA nominated “One In A Million”. Now the boys and Aaron are back with the third single from the hit album “Party For Your Life” with a more emotional and sentimental music video for “Chills”.
The clip shows the boys in an empty room covering their faces while performing the song. The simple yet beautiful idea displays the pain someone can feel when ending a relationship. With a lot of creativity and a dash of melancholy, the video is sure to hit that spot in all of our hearts.
Watch “Chills” by Down With Webster, directed by Aaron A, above!
Keep the love songs coming, Gord.
The latest single from Canadian country music singer Gord Bamford is a song any girl would love to have written about her. (But even though it wasn’t written about us, we can still enjoy the video, ladies!) Gord teamed up with director Stephano Barberis once again to create an equally heartfelt and beautiful video shot on location in stunning Topanga, California. The two also paired up in 2013 to create a video for his previous single “When Your Lips Are So Close,” which can be found on Stephano’s Director page.
Straight off his Juno Award nominated County Junkie album, Gord continues to pull at our heartstrings, and we aren’t complaining. Check out the video for “Unreal” above!
Warning: This video is red hot…literally!
Check out country superstar Jessie Farrell completely take hold of the screen in the music video for her newest single “Carry On”. The female country star recently teamed up with director Aaron A to capture this feel-good anthem that is possibly optimistic enough to get us through anything, maybe even this Canadian winter. Revealing a confident and striking new look, Jessie Farrell is back!
Watch “Carry On” by Jessie Farrell, directed by Aaron A, above!
Follow emerging Canadian singer-songwriter Cat Thomson and her alter-ego through an urban Los Angeles adventure in her new video “Sticks & Stones”!
Director Margaret Malandruccolo artistically contrasted Cat’s broken-hearted pop lyrics with the symbolism of self-against-self, interspersed with the luminous visual of Cat performing while playing her piano. The video is a almost ethereal display of Cat’s amazing talent and stunning beauty.
Check out “Sticks & Stones” by Cat Thomson, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, above!
Canadian singer Cody Karey is about to make a big splash in the music industry. The talented vocalist’s first single “You Are The Song” is already making waves, and now we have the official music video!
Directed and edited by John JP Poliquin, the clip shows Cody performing along the rugged coastline of Big Sur, California, while images of a couple in love tell the story in the lyrics of the song.
Filmed on location in Big Sur, the video is stunning and breathtaking in every sense of the word.
Watch “You Are The Song” by Cody Karey, directed by JP Poliquin, above!
Hang out with the Canadian country singer/songwriter Deric Ruttan in a fun and carefree jam session high in the Hollywood Hills in “Pass it Around.”
Directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, the video was shot in Los Angeles and shows a lively party starting in the hot California sun and going well into the balmy night. The pleasant and chill tone of the clip flows seamlessly into the vibe of this lighthearted and fun party song.
Check out “Pass It Around” by Deric Ruttan, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, above!
Ever wanted to have an exclusive party with some of the wildest and hottest country fans around? What if Canadian country superstar Dallas Smith himself was there too?
Now you can see exactly what that would be like with Dallas’ latest video “Tippin Point”. Directed by Stephano Barberis, the video was shot in Vancouver in a bar filled with wild fan-girls, rowdy guys, and entertaining visuals of the wildest party around.
The clip is the perfect compliment to the flirtatious and fun lyrics of the song. Welcome to the new era of Dallas Smith!
Check out “Tippin Point” by Dallas Smith, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!