Solange Knowles – Losing You (2012)

Music video by Solange performing ‘Losing You’.
Video Directed by Melina Matsoukas
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White Rabbits – Heavy Metal (2012)

What would happen if you combined the murderous elements of The Shining with the good-old fashion polygamy of Big Love? Twice the work for Jack Torrance? An even creepier version of the Henrickson clan? How about White Rabbits’ music video for “Heavy Metal”, the first track off their third album Milk Famous. [Source]

Bear In Heaven – Sinful Nature (2012)

“Like Don Henley, but more psychedelic,” Bear in Heaven singer-keyboardist Jon Philpot told SPIN several months ago, describing the Brooklyn electro-rockers’ latest album, I Love You, It’s Cool. The newest video from the record, for pulsating, “How Soon Is Now?”-like hypno-rocker “Sinful Nature,” takes a movie released only a few months after Henley’s multiplatinum smash The End of Innocence — namely, 1990’s Julia Roberts-Richard Gere prostitute romance Pretty Woman — and makes it … more psychedelic. Directed by Yoonha Park, whose previous work includes visuals for Washed Out and Small Black, the video shows a CGI-tweaked couple reminiscent of Gere and Roberts’ movie characters in all kinds of hallucinogenic settings. This pretty woman won’t kiss you on the lips, but she might send you on a vision quest into the Sonoran desert. [Source]

Director: Yoonha Park
Produced by Neighborhood Watch
Producers: Rebekka B. Björnsdóttir, Richard Peete
DoP: David Gettens
Gaffer: Ray Richards
Grip: Jack Buckley
Prosthetic Makeup Effects: Cory Brown
Props: Dylan Pettengill
Wardrobe: Danny Randell, Laurel St. Romain
Hair & Makeup: Chelsea Payne
VFX: Evan Harper

Featuring: Amy Halldin, Alex Silva, Sean McClintock, Sigrún Eva
Jónsdóttir, Matta Matthiasdottir

Thank You: Jane, Nick & Lisa, Mason, Na, Will Kilborn

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Bear in Heaven – Reflection of You (2012)

Here’s the new video for “Reflection Of You,” Bear In Heaven’s new single, directed by John Lee of the infamous art collective PFFR (of Wonder Showzen fame) and featuring a cameo by one of their cohorts, Michael Mahalchick.