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Film At 11: Private Victories

Private Victories unveiled their new video for “March,” with elegant dancers and an even more beautiful message. Interpretive dancers frolic and contort across rooftops as their art is transformed into a kaleidoscopic array of grace. Be sure to watch the clip below.

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Film At 11: Editors

Editors share their newly released video for “All The Kings” through literal warfare, while symbolizing struggles of the heart. This two-chapter series illustrates a lone soldier making his way through the sands of a beach. Reciting his marches, he breaks down into a passionate expression of both frustration and longing. Check out the clip below.

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Film At 11: Mick Harvey

Troubled, dark monologue of heartache. Such is the theme for Mick Harvey‘s new video for “Don’t Say A Thing,” featuring Xanthe Waite. Trips up and down escalators accompanied by lustful gazes at a framed muse. Check out the coffee-house classic below.

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Film At 11: Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn’s video for “Ancient Jules” is classically badass while also being surprisingly sweet—shots of a motorcyclist barreling down a country road intertwined with scenes of a cross-generational jam session. The track comes from Gunn’s Matador debut Eyes On The Lines, which is out now. Check out “Ancient Jules” below.

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Film At 11: Florence + The Machine

Florence + The Machine has unleashed the full version of the band’s visual collaboration with director Vincent Haycock. “The Odyssey,” an audiovisual event maxing out at almost 50 minutes, can be viewed in full below. Connecting videos attached to the band’s most recent release How Big How Blue How Beautiful, “The Odyssey” reveals the complete piece of art that has been slowly released over the last year. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Band Of Skulls

Band Of Skulls recently unveiled new song “So Good” through a darkly psychedelic video. A wonderful, whirling clip to a simply masterful piece of indie rock, the “So Good” clip is worth being dizzied by. Check it out below. By Default is out now.

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Film At 11: PJ Harvey

Shot in the streets and deserts of Afghanistan, PJ Harvey introduces her inspiring video for “The Orange Monkey.” Fish markets, children jumping on trampolines and soldiers scour the nation. Experience the culture and everyday life of the Afghan people in the view below.

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Film At 11: The Teen Age

A girl’s dream come true: As she puts on her favorite record, the band’s lead singer appears in her room and serenades her. The Teen Age does exactly this in its new video for “Backwards.” Then an awkward jam session takes place in the bathroom. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Band Of Horses

Most famously known for their song “The Funeral,” Band Of Horses has released their new video for “Whatever, Wherever.” It’s just as beautiful, if not more sentimental. Composed of clips from home videos in the studio and just time with family, this one’s for those who miss home. Check out the clip below.

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Film At 11: Eagulls

Eagulls‘ “Velvet” is reminiscent of an ’80s slow jam. Shot all in black and white, the song’s video is both erie and welcoming. Friendship evolves, but shortly burns out and is no more. Be sure to check it out below.

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