what you should’ve seen

We take a look back at this week’s best videos, performances and hi-jinx on film for a re-cap of everything you should’ve seen this week.

Basically, if you have been under a rock all week – or a duvet in fact – we are here for you and we love you. We show that love by giving you videos a plenty.

Just sit back and feel your arse grow.

EAST INDIA YOUTH GOES ACOUSTIC 

The incredible produce East India Youth (AKA William Doyle) goes all acoustic for his recent performance with Line of Best Fit for a secret set at the End of the Road Festival

 

Hinds and The Parrots had a lot of fun in Madrid  

Making a new video can sometimes be a drag. Whether it is performing (and then re-performing) in front of a bunch of tired extras or standing for stop-motion shots, it’s officially a ball-breaker. Unless of course you are either Hinds or The Parrots. The only way to have more fun would be to challenge the whole gang to a unicorn race.

 

Drenge release new video for ‘The Woods’  

It’s been a while since we have had our latest Drenge fix, but luckily the boys knew this (we are quite connected y’know) and so gave us a brand new video for their track ‘The Woods’ taken from their amazing LP Undertow 

 

Make Pancakes with Loyle Carner 

You might be wondering what it would be like to cook pancakes with one of London’s hottest spoken-word rappers, Loyle Carner, would be like? Well, you needn’t worry now because Carner along with the help of Kwes have done just that for single ‘Florence’.

 

Jamie XX knows there’s gunna be good times… apparently 

Jamie xx has revealed the video for single ‘I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)’, directed by Rollo Jackson, the video features all three artists featuring on the track – Young Thug, Popcaan and of course Jamie xx himself – shot in New York and Jamaica

 

Daughter are always ‘Doing the Right Thing’ 

Daughter are back, and it’s straight back to business with new single ‘Doing the Right Thing’ a deeply emotional tale about growing old, which is complimented by an even more emotionally charged video (WARNING: Do not watch if you are on your way to work – nobody needs that).

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