Tom Grennan has shared powerful new track ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’.
The emerging talent has released two EPs to date – ‘Something In The Water’ and ‘Release The Brakes’ – that have stamped out a unique musical vision.
Gritty soul music with a UK slant, Tom Grennan matches the urban vision of Jamie T with something a little more tender.
New track ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’ advances this, with Tom Grennan underlining his potent songwriting ability.
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The Vamps are back with their single All Night, featuring Matoma, paired with a highly engaging POV video from director Craig Moore.
The guys clearly know how to have a good time, taking us right along with us on a typical day out for them. Starting in their tourbus, the boys take the viewer on a journey through the city on a high-speed bikeride to the basketball court, until nighttime when they play to hundreds of fans. The highlight of the video perhaps, sees an alternating POV format following the individual band members’ perspectives – swapping each time the guys high five.
FROM THE DIRECTOR
“It was great working with The Vamps. They are young, fun and well up for anything you throw at them. So we threw a POV Head Rig at them and got them to run around London performing a bunch of actions that capture the youthful energy of the song.
“Swapping perspectives was a unique and time consuming process, shared between our DOP’s (Carl and Murren) and the boys themselves. We were also at the mercy of the guys to frame the action correctly and give us the shots we wanted/needed for the respective scenes. A big thank you to everyone who helped make this happen.”
Professor Green has shared a video for his new single ‘Back On The Market’.
‘Back On The Market’ is the British rapper’s first song since 2014. Green appears in the brooding video alongside a crew that includes a guy wearing a mask and a creepy looking clown, which is rather timely.