In the short film above – directed by Maryam L’Ange - she makes her debut as art director for London-based electro-pop band Eaux’s new video, Hold On. Shot in the Town Hall Hotel in East London, the video – produced by Somesuch & Co - sees lead singer Sian Ahern use sinister and seductive charms to entice a lover. VOGUE’s creative director Jaime Perlman was drawn to the project through her friendship with L’Ange, aiding director in making decisions concerning fashion, set and location. Via Purple.
Yoko Ono is set to host this year’s Meltdown Festival at London’s Southbank Centre, revealing a star-studded line-up carefully curated. The event series will take place between 14th and 23rd June, following on from last year’s Antony Hegarty-picked outing. Among those booked are Patti Smith, Iggy and the Stooges, Deerhoof, Boy George, Marianne Faithfull, Sean Lennon and Savages. Siouxsie Sioux will also play her first show in five years, while ex-Sonic Youth pair Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore are scheduled to perform solo sets. More info and tickets can be found hitting the link below.
Chelsea Light Moving (Kim Gordon’s and Thurston Moore new project) will be on their first european tour this summer, and will perform at the first edition of All Tomorrws Parties Iceland headlined by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. The festival will take place fon June 28th and 29th at the former N.A.T.O. base in Keflavìk. For full line up tickets and accomodations info hit the link below.
Natasha Khan taps mixed-media director and stop motion specialist Peter Sluszka to direct a music video for Lilies, the 4th single from the Bat For Lashes critically acclaimed album The Haunted Man. Life-sized puppets, a flock of 2D spirits, miniature landscapes, morphing polygons, were animated to create a mysterious landscape for Natasha.