Happy Friday everyone! Every week KALTBLUT pulls together our most favourite and newest music videos from around the globe so you can enjoy effortless, scroll-free visual pleasure – enjoy!
Terrace – Exit Stars
The second installment to a trilogy of videos, the Canadian troupe have provided us with envious footage to accompany their disco-pop track, of a girl simply gliding through crystal blue waters. Where’s that shark when you need it?
Just to shake it up a little we decided to add a rather contrasting video from Lonnie In The Garden. Described as “pop experimentation, dark-hearted instrumentals and ghostly choral backdrops all washed-out in fuzzy psychedelia”, this band is definitely for the fan of Feetwood Mac. Powerful fringe.
Hello Tokyo Drift. I’m sure there’s a storyline in here somewhere, but there’s so much neon I don’t even care. I get the impression the girl with the flip knife is pissed? Directed by Sam De Jong, it all gets very intense and violent between a series of flashbacks and phone calls. We’re very excited for this LP release in the next month.
Another snowy delight, Safe is the newest video coming from Toronto based artist, Digits. I have to admit, I thought this video was going to turn into an encounter from The Thing, but I’m glad it turned out a little cuter.
I can’t believe a video just summed up last weekend perfectly – satin sheets, drippy black goo and jeweled masks. And is that Francesca wearing a snake as a hat? High fashion. Ahead of the release of her debut album Anima, the video is a perfect visual portrait of Francesca’s dark, electronic music. It’s also decadent as hell.