• Sub Pop

The band may hail from London, but director Ollie Murray's new video for Still Corners reflects their label's Northwest roots, marking another quality production from the Sub Pop camp in the past few weeks, following Fleet Foxes' ambitious "The Shrine / An Argument" (featuring animation from Sean Pecknold) and Shabazz Palaces' impressionistic Black Up preview (courtesy Kahlil Joseph).

Murray* has also directed videos for the Big Pink ("Stay Gold"), TEED ("Garden"), the Vaccines ("Tiger Blood"), and the Horrors ("Still Life," one of my favorite singles of the year...even if I remain unconvinced by the album as a whole).

* He sometimes works with co-director Rohan Wadham as Decoy.

In addition, Murray has provided promos for fragrance maker Le Labo and fashion house Marni International. Clearly: a man of taste and distinction. Still Corners' enchanting sophomore album, Creatures of an Hour, is out now on Sub Pop.