Bongo Boy Records are back with another installment of their emerging artist premier show, Bongo Boy TV. Episode 10 of the show, now in its 11th season, features seven music videos across a variety of styles.
The NEW Bardots feature heavily in this episode, and their video for Corporation Businessman is first up in the proceedings. The band don suits and ties while scenes of opulence and sly business handshakes parody the soulless personas they criticize in this seething, bluesy track.
Next up is Renaissance Heart and their video for Wildflowers. The video consists of beautiful ocean imagery and features vocalist, Hila Plitmann, in a summery dress singing this beautiful folk song amidst flower-laden fields.
OLYA K boogies her way through various city locations in her video for Waking Up In Nashville. The song deals with the familiar dream of trying to make it big in the home of country music, and it is clear that OLYA K is delighted to be chasing the bright lights and doing what she loves.
STUDEO create fairytale-like scenes in the visual accompaniment for their track, Find Your Destiny. The video also has an interesting timeline and a young girl actor is used to represent the protagonist before she grows up and is replaced by an adult actress.
On Our Own is the second track by The New Bardots to be featured in this episode. The band members embody the image of bad-boy rock’n’rollers in the music video, dressed in black and peering at the camera through dark sunglasses as they perform their parts to this riff-heavy number about music domination.
Renaissance Heart are up next with the video for another one of their tunes, One More Tomorrow. This soulful number turns a hopeful eye to the future and sees the singer long to reconnect with her estranged lover. A beautiful animation accompanies the music creating the effect of a long, slow pan across a mountain-bordered landscape with the two lovers floating in the foreground as butterfly-like figures.
Lastly, we have the third music video from The NEW Bardots, and it’s a special-effects extravaganza for their cover of the 1968 Beatles’ track, Why Don’t We Do It In The Road. The use of a green screen allows the band to perform their raunchy version of this track on as many different roads as possible, from Route 66 to Time Square.
These captivating compilations from Bongo Boy Records never disappoint! Music video fans would do well not to miss season 11 of Bongo Boy TV. And artists interested in taking part in a future episode can submit their info and music for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BELOW: Watch Bongo Boy TV Season 11 Episode 10, and connect with their website and social media platforms. As always, thank you for supporting real music!