1. UK singer Chris T-T performs 'Ankles' from his Capital album live on Santa Barbara beach. Filmed by Stephen Ewashkiw for Blaim Media LLC.

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  2. This video for Willoughby's cover of the John Lennon classic I'm Losing You was filmed during the band's 2008 US tour, mostly while on the road in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Nevada.

    Directed by: Gus Seyffert
    Produced by: Sargent Studios
    Edited by Lindsay Seyffert
    Shot by: Willoughby

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  3. This video is a combination of Wes Johnson's fantastic film "powerlinerflyers", found on his Vimeo page here: vimeo.com/wesjohnson

    This is just a haunting and beautiful film and when we saw it we wanted to fit a Willoughby piece to it. With Wes' kind permission, we are able to share it with you.

    http://www.willoughbyrecordings.com

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  4. Brand new video from Chris T-T for the track (We Are) The King Of England, taken from British musician's latest album Capital, a "turbo-charged [album]. As grandiose as The Killers, suave and the punky. ‘(We Are) The King Of England’ spits hummable fire." (4 stars, Q Magazine)
    Filmed in Joshua Tree National Park in early 2008, the video features Frank Turner as a dark, twisted and murderous friend to Chris T-T.
    "Think Brendan Benson gone psychedelic…” NME

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  5. The debut single from LA's Willoughby, co-written by Gus Seyffert and his close friend Benji Hughes, the song is somewhat of a companion piece to Benji's song Mummy, from his forthcoming album, A Love Extreme. Stereogum said, "Willoughby is the project of Los Angeles' Gus Seyffert, who recorded and produced his debut album I Know What You're Up To largely on his own. Sonically, he said he "wanted to capture the organic, analog sound of all the great records I love -- by people like Harry Nilsson, Sparklehorse, the Zombies and Chet Baker." You can sorta get a bit of Baker's soft vocal tones and some of that Nilsson strumming (and facial hair) in "Frankenstein." We were told the song is "a love letter from Frankenstein to Frankenstein's monster.""
    Directed by Manny Marquez for Streelight Films
    DoP/Editor: Randy Wedick

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