Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Watch: Is Tropical Unveil New (NSWF) Video For "Lover's Cave"

London-based band Is Tropical have unveiled the video for "Lover's Cave", taken from their sophomore album "I'm Leaving", out now. 

The song is part of our current playlist and will be released as a single on 26th August via Kitsune/PIAS.

For the video, the band got together with controversial cult New York photographer Richard Kern, who in the past directed videos for the likes of Sonic Youth and Marilyn Manson, and whose work has been exhibited at MOMA, The Whitney Museum, VICE and in solo shows around the world.

The story tells about a lover's cave or Chambre D'Amour, where two young lovers went to for a bit of romance but got swept out to sea when the tide came in. Watch the NSWF video below

Watch: Johnny Marr Reveals New Video For "New Town Velocity"

Johnny Marr has revealed the video for his latest single "New Town Velocity" taken from the critically acclaimed album 'The Messenger', released back in February via Sire/ADA . 

The song is part of our current playlist and was inspired by Marr's own story of the day he left school aged fifteen to pursue a life as a musician and features him in the council estate of Wythenshawe where he grew up. 

The video, directed by  David Barnes (who directed the Upstarts video and art directed by Subset) was shot around various buildings and areas of Greater Manchester and is based on the Psychogeography philosophy of the Situationist Movement.

Watch it below.