Video of the day: Foals – Exit

Foals return with the first single off their upcoming release “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1″, and they’ve enlisted the help of the Bran Stark himself for the cinematic, 6-minute-long video to accompany it. Watch Isaac Hempstead Wright in the video above.

What do you think? An exciting return from Foals or were you expecting more?

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Video of the day: Palastic – ‘Goldmine’

Certain bands and artists have a trademark sound that instantly make them identifiable, which is exactly what can be said about Palastic. After the infectious vibes of ‘Want it’ featuring Klei and ‘Talkin’ featuring Lea Santee, the duo have returned with another single that will make you long for the summer sun.

Watch the video to ‘Goldmine’ above and check out more of their music below.



Video of the day: O FUTURE – ‘SMELL YOU’

So, this is probably one of the weirdest videos you’re likely to see today, and it comes from electro-pop duo O FUTURE. Filmed, directed, and photographed by O Future themselves, the video is inspired by Leos Carax, smooth, soft looking gifs and what two people in a house with a camera can achieve in three days.

“It’s is about obsession, the ecstasy of expectation and denying yourself pleasure, for pleasure’s sake. It also has a touch of the alien and spousal murder mystery” – O Future.

Check it out above and listen to more music below.


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Video of the day: Schmieds Puls – ‘The Plan’

Filmed in a Vienna gym, the latest video by Schmieds Puls, directed by Liesa Kovacs & Nick Prokesch features women of a variety of shapes, sizes and sexualities lifting heavy weights and supporting each other.

Mira explains “This song is dedicated to my mania and the illusion of having to do everything by myself. If you leave it to me then I can heal all nations. I don’t ever want to unlearn how to ask for assistance or help. It does not make you weak. So we made this clip about strength and muscles and empowerment.”

Watch the compelling video above. ‘The Plan’ is taken off their new album Manic Acid Love, get it here.