British songwriting songbird NAO unleashed a brilliant video to her new track “In The Morning”. The video was directed by Allie Avital at Partizan and features NAO’s first appearance in one of her videos.
Speaking on the visual NAO had this to say: “In The Morning” has always been a highlight for me when I perform it live so I wanted to release it as a single and make a video before I move on to my new album. I’m shy so this is the first time I’ve performed for the camera!” The visual is the perfect accompaniment to “In the Morning”, which begins with shadowy electronics before bursting into life as synth sounds clash against each other to create in an epic digital crescendo.
Rose Tiger “Submarine” (Where Have You Been?)
French collective Rose Tiger premier visuals for new EP cut Submarine”
French music collective Rose Tiger, make their Elite debut in the form of a visual premier for the single “Submarine,” Directed by Sibylline Meynet, Apolline Meynet & Wendy Killmann. The new single lives on the band’s debut EP “From Top To Bottom,” out now. Watch visual above Directed by Sibylline Meynet, Apolline Meynet & Wendy Killmann.
mono mono “Feel”
Talented electro-pop duo mono mono share visuals for new single “Feel”
Danish Electronic-Pop duo mono mono made up of vocalist Karoline Elsig and producer Jakob Franck, gained over 200.000 streams through Spotify with their debut single “CityLights.” The single was followed by three other singles such as “Helium Balloon,” “Rumors,” and their recently released single titled “Feel.” Continuing push for their brand new single the duo drop off visuals Directed by Emil Klitsgaard.
Foreign Figures “Hey Love”
Indie pop quartet Foreign Figures share visual for “Hey Love”
Last month Utah based pop quartet Foreign Figures, made their Elite Debut in the form of their new EP Come Alive, featuring the singles “Come Alive,” “Legends,” and “Morning Light.” This week the band shares visuals for their new single “Hey Love,” the latest release from their 3-track OVERZEALOUS EP, released last month. In their own words the record is about “the feeling forsaken and forgotten by love.” Watch the official music video above.
Imani Scott “Throwing Glitter”
Houston’s Imaní Scott shares visual for new album single “Throwing Glitter”
Hailing from Houston, Texas up and coming songbird Imani Scott, influenced by singing legends Prince, Beyoncé, Aaliyah, and Etta James, brings positive vibes in the form of her new single titled “Throwing Glitter.” The single follows earlier releases such as , “Get Litty” and “All Over Again,” all of which live on Imani’s début album titled An Introduction released back in October. Check out the visual in full above.
Doctrin “Show You The Way”
3-piece band Doctrin share Quentin Tarantino-Inspired clip for Quentin Tarantino
Today we’re introduced to the sounds of 3-piece Alternative Rock band Doctrin, led by Australian-born, Los Angeles-based singer and guitarist Dolly Denko. The band are gearing to release their new project co-produced with Brian Virtue, who’ve worked with the likes of the Deftones, 30 Seconds to Mars and Hawthorne Heights. Today the trio present us with visuals for their latest single “Show You The Way.” self-directed and produced by Dolly.
Inspired by a Quentin Tarantino flick, the visual finds the beautiful lead singer and her crew torturing and transforming a priest, making him one of them.
Watch the official music video above.
Dino Mansik Premier “Tämä tunne mistä tiedän onko totta” Video
Dream-pop duo Dino Mansik premier visuals for debut single
Dino Mansik is a dream-pop duo comprised of Mikko M. Koskinen and Johanna Koskimo. Today the duo premier visuals for their debut single titled ”Tämä tunne mistä tiedän onko totta”, which translates in the Finnish language as “This feeling how can I know it’s true.” The new single is now available for streaming though Spotify.
Speaking on the new single Koskinen says:
”It’s a song about that wonderful feeling which can fly you up high to the sky, and at the same time it can be quite scary ’cause you never know how you will land back on the ground.”