Seattle Office of Film + Music


FLEET FOXES RELEASE “THE SHRINE/AN ARGUMENT” VIDEO
November 21, 2011, 11:19 am
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Clash Music
Fleet Foxes released their newest music video this morning (which has already garnered over 30 thousand views) for their song “The Shrine/An Argument,” Directed by frontman Robin Pecknold’s brother, Sean Pecknold. The eight-minute piece was included on the band’s album Helplessness Blues, released earlier this year. Watch the video, co-animated by Sean Pecknold and Britta Johnson, below.

(HD, headphones and full screen are recommended for the best viewing experience!)

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WATCH NEW STAR ANNA VIDEO SHOT BY KONTENT PARTNERS

Kontent Partners
Seattle based creative production house, Kontent Partners, recently collaborated with Rachel Flotard/Local 638 Records, Pearl Jam and their distribution network Monkey Wrench, to produce the music video for “Alone in This Together,” the title track off the new album by Star Anna and the Laughing Dogs.

Directed by Craig Brooks and Lindsay Daniels, the video was shot over a single day in an abandoned, turn of the century home in Seward Park. The video supports the band’s performance at the Pearl Jam 20 Destination Weekend on September 3/4, and the September 8 kick off of their West Coast tour.

“Shooting in Seattle not only helped logistically, but retained the soul and authenticity of the Northwest-rooted band,” said Brooks.

Kontent Partners assembled over 18 of some of the best Seattle film crew to execute an incredibly ambitious production schedule.

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CHECK OUT BUTTS’ NEW VIDEO FOR “PANTY EXCHANGE”
May 11, 2010, 11:23 am
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New Sleepy Eyes of Death Music Video!
April 28, 2009, 5:22 pm
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Check out this new music video from Sleepy Eyes of Death!



CATCHING UP WITH THE FLEET FOXES
April 28, 2009, 10:23 am
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Sound on the Sound
In addition to taking some time to work on new songs out in Pt. Townsend, Seattle’s Fleet Foxes have been on tour to Europe and back already this year, and last week surrounded a Coachella appearance with short west coast jaunt. Check out this video from their show down in Portland.



The Dutchess & the Duke Play the Bremerton Ferry
April 2, 2009, 10:15 am
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Check out this cool video of the Dutchess and the Duke playing an acoustic set on the ferry to Bremerton!

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Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band at SXSW!
March 24, 2009, 3:58 pm
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HEATH LEDGER DIRECTED MODEST MOUSE MUSIC VIDEO
March 13, 2009, 11:36 am
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Pitchfork:
Entertainment Weekly reported that Heath ledger has directed a video for Modest Mouse that has not been released yet. The Playlist points out that the video was for “King Rat”, a We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank bonus track. In an interview with VH1 in spring 2007, Isaac Brock said, “Heath Ledger’s been wanting to do a video for one of the songs that didn’t make it on the record, ‘King Rat.’ Terry Gilliam is going to help animate it.” The status of the “King Rat” video is currently unknown.



Actual Music Video From MSHVB: “Cheer For Fate”
March 11, 2009, 10:14 am
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Seattle Subsonic:
The first video from Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band containing their actual music. “Cheer For Fate” was conceived, shot, and edited by the band. This is the song that makes you think they sound like Modest Mouse. It also deals with subtitles, longing for love, and lots of physical destruction. Super 8 = awesome!

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New Telekinesis video: “Toyko”
March 10, 2009, 10:33 am
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Three Imaginary Girls:
Michael Benjamin Lerner is about to hit the big time. His band, Telekinesis, is just about ready to release their first full-length on Merge. He’s been touring with Ra Ra Riot and Say Hi, and now he’s released this video for the bouncy, smile-inducing “Tokyo.”