Directing Duo Matt Moroz & Tracy Maurice deliver a twisted nightmare in his clip for “You Are The One,” the new single from Brooklyn-based, noise rock band A Place to Bury Strangers. Shot on 16mm film, the dark experimental style elevates the music video to a higher cinematic plane along the lines of a 70s-era, B-movie. The clip follows a mysterious figure as he beats strangers to a bloody pulp, attends a basement rave replete with booty shaking, and partakes in the creepiest make-out session you’ll ever see.
Brooklyn noise artisans A Place to Bury Strangers presumably did not record their February 7 EP Onwards to the Wall on their iPhones. They did, however, make a video that way — check out their new clip for “So Far Away,” which is comprised of snapshots singer-guitarist Oliver Ackermann took while using the “Ina’ 1969 Film” Hipstamatic setting on his phone mashed together like an animated flipbook. There are kissing sequences, driving sequences, mustaches, and cameo appearances from both the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Alamo. [Source]