An authentic, poignant look at middle-class suburbia, this video follows a young man who blows off school and accidentally uncovers a devastating secret, skillfully directed by Sam Piling.
I’ve been a big fan of Timothy Saccenti's work since his brilliant video for Battle “Atlas" (which was my #1 video for 2007). His new clip for Phantogram’s "Fall In Love" is another visually dazzling performance video, shot in striking black in white with a geometric projection system that is absolutely hypnotic.
Brooklyn director Ryan Staake employs a thermal imaging camera in this literally white-hot video for Route 94’s “My Love” that gives you an new, striking vantage point of a familiar nightclub scene.
I always love St. Vincent's videos and this one is up there with her best. Directed by Chino Moya, the super-stylish clip takes place in “a surreal and futuristic world in which action is synchronized, replicated and repeated” which makes for some fabulous colors and art direction.