by / September 9th, 2010 /

Music video roundup: Junip, Royksopp, Cathy Davey, Belle & Sebastian, Gold Panda

A roundup on new music videos:

Junip’s ‘Always’ features an air-guitar performance from the band. It was directed by Andreas Nillson who recently directed clips for Yeasayer’s ‘Madder Red’, Fever Ray’s ‘If I had A Heart’ and more. You can also stream the band’s album Fields at NPR.

Belle & Sebastian – ‘Write About Love’ is the first singlee from their eagerly awaited new album.

Lorcan Finnegan produced a stunning video for Cathy Davey’s ‘Little Red’ .

Gold Panda has a new clip for ‘Snow and Taxis’ taken from his excellent album Lucky Shiner.

Röyksopp have unveiled the video for ‘The Drug’. The video was shot by the production house That Go. They said the following about it’s creation:

“This music video was shot in Detroit and involves three girls who are out of place and out of time. We spent a week climbing through various abandoned buildings—a church, school, factory, and crack house. we are extremely grateful to everyone who helped make this music video possible, thank you. please stay tuned for a 10-minute version which features different music from Röyksopp’s album ’Senior’, coming soon.”

Aeroplane revealed the new video for ‘Superstar’ and it’s weird.