Watch the new video on tape.tv (in GAS) here and here and on VEVO (in USA) here.
Listen up, Depeche Mode fans—and we know there’s a lot of you—at midnight (CET) tonight the Timothy Saccenti-directed video for Depeche Mode‘s latest single “Heaven” will have its premiere right here and on Electronic Beats. You may have already heard the single, the second to be taken from the highly anticipated 13th album Delta Machine, as it had its first play on American radio (and quickly made it onto the internet) earlier today. We’re expecting great things from the video, director Saccenti was responsible for creating memorable clips for the likes of Battles, Washed Out and Flying Lotus. You’ll have to check back here at midnight to see what he does for the boys from Basildon. [Source]
Timothy Saccenti directed music video for Depeche Mode “Angel”.
Can you tell us a little bit about how the concept for the “Angel” video come about?
It’s rare that I do an in-studio type piece, most of my work is quite art directed and conceptual, so I was drawn to the idea of trying to translate that into this studio situation. I went into meet the band and was inspired by their energy in the room, they are amazing musicians and you feel it the moment you walk in studio. I actually felt this side of them hadn’t been shown very well, so that was my main concept, show this energy… not knowing where it would take me. After filming it, the amazing editor Dayn Williams and I dedicated a large chunk of our lives carving out the film. I think we accomplished our goal on that one. [Source]
El-P, TV On the Radio’s Jaleel Bunton, and Mr. Killums the squirrel face a bloodthirsty audience. Stay Down” by EL-P
Ft. Jamie Meline as “El-P” & Jaleel Bunton as “Nick Diamonds”. Director Timothy Saccenti http://www.timothysaccenti.com.