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 Damon Albarn Promo Videos

The Marvelous Dream
The Marvelous Dream
Director: unknown

Footage of John Dee House in London.

Premiered on YouTube on 27th March 2012.

2012

Everyday Robots
Pictures

Sketch/storyboard by director
Everyday Robots
Director: Aitor Throup
CGI production by Passion Pictures. Edited by Giorgio Gremigni of The Butchers.
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"A digital portrait" of Damon, whose head is rendered in 3D in the video.

Premiered on YouTube and Sundance Channel on 20th January 2014.

2014

Lonely Press Play
Pictures
Lonely Press Play
Director:
Matt Cronin
2nd Unit Director: Jamie Carter.
Commissioned by William Nichols.

Shot on Damon's visits to various locations in 2013-2014: Tokyo, Dallas, Utah, London, Colchester, Devon, North Korea and Iceland. Partially filmed by Damon on a tablet.

Premiered on YouTube on 27th February 2014.

2014

Heavy Seas Of Love (interactive)
Pictures
Heavy Seas Of Love (interactive)
Director/animator/editor
: Jakub Romanowicz

An interactive music video by the winner of
Tribeca Interactive & Interlude: A Music Film Challenge on Genero.tv.

Premiered on Genero.tv on 14th April 2014.

2014

Heavy Seas Of Love
Pictures
Heavy Seas Of Love
Director/editor: Matt Cronin

Features footage shot by Damon at various locations.

Premiered on YouTube on 22nd April 2014.

2014

Mr Tembo
Pictures
Mr Tembo
Director:
Giorgio Testi
Produced by John Bannister

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Shot at Pentecostal City Mission Church in Leytonstone on 22nd April 2014. Features footage of Tembo elephant.

Premiered on YouTube on 13th May 2014.

2014

Hostiles
Pictures
Hostiles
Director:
unknown

Live recording of the song - filmed at Latitude Festival on 19th July 2014.

Premiered on YouTube on 10th October 2014.

2014

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