Videodrome #4 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #4 - This week's best videos

We are back with our V I D E O D R O M E presenting the latest cool videos from around the world. Check it out!

0. Katy B. – Easy Please Me

‘Easy Please Me’ produced by Magnetic Man is Katy B.’s fourth single off her On A Mission album + will be released June 6th via Columbia. So qt!

1. Wu Lyf – Dirt (directed by Fil Kaler)

Given all of the hype surrounding Manchester outfit WU LYF, their material so far speaks for itself. ‘Dirt’ is no exception.

2. Kyle Bobby Dunn – Canyon Meadows (directed by Joe Morgan)

Just in time for the release of his new album Ways of Meaning, Kyle Bobby Dunn drops this video 4 stand out track ‘Canyon Meadows’.

3. New Look – The Ballad (directed by Will Davidson)

The synth-pop record from Sarah Ruba and Adam Pavao aka New Look ‘The Ballad’ is taken from their forthcoming debut album How’s my Hair – released on June 27th on !K7.

4. Yung Jake – Datamosh (dir.?)

There is no future, the future is now. And then there is Yung Jake.

5. Alan Watts – Angelique Highway (dir.?)

New video from pseudonymed and smoked-out Brooklyn group Alan Watts – njoy.

6. Die Jungen – The Sun Is Coming Up (directed by Klaus von Barrel)

Are u ready for some vintage pop? Say yes and enjoy this warm and romantic voyage with Die Jungen.

7. Sons & Daughters – Breaking Fun (dir.?)

Glasgow quintet Sons And Daughters have just released the video for the lead single from their forth album Mirror Mirror.

8. Sun Glitters – things are…

New single from Luxembourg producer Sun Glitters (aka Victor Ferreira), haunted by dark and heavy bass grooves and warped shimmering vocal cuts – released via their bandcamp page.

9. Digitalism – 2 Hearts (directed by White Rabbit)

White Rabbit directs Digitalism‘s new music video for first single ‘2 Hearts’ from their forthcoming album I Love You, due out July 5.

10. Architecture in Helsinki – Escapee (directed by Marcus Soderlund)

Architecture in Helsinki have a new video, directed by Swedish director Marcus Soderlund who earlier has worked with The XX, Miike Snow and jj.