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Posté le: Jeu 13 Nov - 15:30 (2014) Sujet du message: David Bowie Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Video Premiere
13 NOVEMBER 2014
David Bowie Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Video Premiere
“I kissed your face“
It is with much pleasure that we can announce the video premiere of Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) and publish a couple of beautiful new Jimmy King shots of David while we’re about it. (Scroll images to for more) If you’re antsy to see the video immediately, go here now.
Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), as you are well aware by now, is the new single from David Bowie taken from the forthcoming definitive collection of Bowie’s music, Nothing Has Changed. The video was filmed in New York and London and directed by Tom Hingston and Jimmy King. Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) was recorded earlier this year with the Maria Schneider Orchestra and produced by Bowie and Tony Visconti. Earlier this week Bowie revealed the demo track ’Tis A Pity She Was A Whore, which is also featured on the limited edition 10’ single and digital bundle of Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime). Watch the video here now, if you’re not already there!
Posté le: Jeu 13 Nov - 18:58 (2014) Sujet du message: David Bowie Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Video Premiere
David Bowie Channels Film Noir For 'Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)' Video
Moody black and white city shots accompany the dramatic track
November 13 2014, 11:19 AM ET
In David Bowie's fittingly dark and mysterious "Sue (or in a Season of Crime)" video — one of the two new songs on the glam rock legend's retrospective anthology Nothing Has Changed — the icon takes the black and white approach. Film noir-inspired shots of seedy alleyways and underpasses in London and New York are occasionally lit by lyrics that look like they might be cast from the headlights of a passing car. You'd be forgiven for expecting Humphrey Bogart to emerge from the shadows during one of the song's mighty horn blares. Check it out above.
Nothing Has Changed will be released on November 18. The project also includes another new Bowie track, "'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore," and lots of music from The Labyrinth star's 50-year music career.
Posté le: Jeu 13 Nov - 19:03 (2014) Sujet du message: David Bowie Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Video Premiere
David Bowie Premieres ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’ Video Exclusively on MUZU
by Muzu Team · November 13, 2014
David Bowie has unveiled his brand new video for ‘Sue (Or In The Season Of Crime)’ exclusively on MUZU. The song is a new single taken from his forthcoming greatest hits compilation album, Nothing Has Changed, which is a definitive collection spanning his entire career.
Filmed between New York and London and directed by Tom Hingston and Jimmy King, the music video stylistically channels a film noir theme. The song is a seven-minute jazz inspired ballad and the accompanying black-and-white video serves a fitting visualisation of the moody undertones. Set in a smoky warehouse, a figure’s silhouette lurks in the shadows as shots of Bowie in the studio and lyrics are projected onto the walls.
‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’ was recorded over the summer with long-time collaborator Tony Visconti and the Maria Schneider Orchestra. The song is due for release on 10-inch vinyl and digital download on November 17th on Parlophone, to coincide with the release of Nothing Has Changed.
On November 18th a film entitled David Bowie is will be released in cinemas. It is a film of the blockbuster exhibition created by the Victoria and Albert Museum, shot on the closing night.
Watch the official music video for ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’ exclusively on MUZU above.
Posté le: Jeu 13 Nov - 19:13 (2014) Sujet du message: David Bowie Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Video Premiere
Watch David Bowie's Hard-Boiled Video for 'Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)'
New song will appear on upcoming 10-inch vinyl and career-spanning box set
By Jon Blistein | November 13, 2014
David Bowie's "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" has been given a suitably noirish new video directed by Tom Hingston and Jimmy King. Filmed in London and New York, the clip features the song's eerie lyrics, as well as footage of Bowie and the Maria Schneider Orchestra recording the track in the studio, superimposed atop shots of a dark, smoke-filled city.
Over a jittery track cut with bustling percussion and horns that warble and wail, Bowie bellows the tale of a husband and wife whose mundane life deteriorates amidst distrust. As the song builds, the video grows more chaotic and creepy, with numerous shots featuring the silhouette of a figure simply standing in this fallen world. After a succession of lights pierce through a window, Bowie hits the song's climax and conjures a scene that would make Raymond Chandler proud: "Sue, I've pushed you down beneath the weeds / Hopeless fate in hopeless deeds."
"Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" is one of two new tracks Bowie will release both as a digital single and a 10-inch vinyl, first in the U.K. on November 17th, then as a "Black Friday" Record Store Day release in the U.S. on November 28th. The other song, "'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore" premiered on BBC Radio 6 earlier this week and was inspired by Vorticism, an art and poetry movement that took place in the U.K. around the First World War.
"Sue" will also appear on Nothing Has Changed, a new box set that presents songs from throughout Bowie's career in reverse chronological order. Nothing Has Changed arrives on November 18th, and also contains two songs from Bowie's unreleased 2001 album, Toy.
Posté le: Ven 17 Juil - 08:20 (2015) Sujet du message: Sue wins at TDC61 for director Hingston
16 JULY 2015
Sue wins at TDC61 for director Hingston
“Why too dark to speak the words?”
Tom Hingston’s wonderfully atmospheric video for David Bowie’s Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), won ‘Best in Show’ at the 61st Type Directors Club awards in New York on Tuesday evening. That’s Tom on the right in our picture, with TDC President Matteo Bologna. (Photo by Catalina Kulczar) The TDC award recognises craft in typography and though there is a clever and stylish use of projected type throughout the film, historically the award often goes to a piece of work that’s print based. So that makes this accolade for a video or the more special. View the video and read more about the award here.