Full Screen collects all of the remarkable videos we've seen in the day. Today, Michel Gondry gives the Chemical Brothers another all-time classic, Shamir gets darker, Kali Uchis proves herself as one to watch.
The Chemical Brothers ft. Q-Tip, "Go"
The Chemical Brothers' new video is a reunion with director Michel Gondry, the French genius/director behind earlier ChemBros' vids "Star Guitar" and "Let Forever Be." Like his classic video for Daft Punk's "Around The World," "Go" is visually arresting and heavily choreographed, yet strikingly simple: a mechanical, vaguely sci-fi land-rowing routine through a geometric urban landscape. No celebrities, nothing clickbaity - it almost doesn't feel right watching this on a computer. - Richard Trapunski
The Chemical Brothers' Born in Echoes will be out July 17 via Virgin/Universal Music Canada.
Shamir sings the night and day away through the desert of Nevada's Joshua Tree in "Darker." The 20-year-old Las Vegas native is all kinds of chilling, warm and cutesy as usual as he swoons about truth telling and coming out of the dark, while the sky dizzies from starry blues to tan hues. Directed by Anthony Sylvester, the video was shot using cameras on drones. - Ebyan Abdigir
Shamir's LP Ratchet will be released May 19 via XL
Kali Uchis, "Rush" (prod. by Kaytranada & BADBADNOTGOOD)
"Rush" is Colombian-born, American-raised, Kali Uchis' ode to the summer vibes of the '70s and its Quentin Tarantino-minus-the-violence glory. If you're not on Kali yet, you can hear her smooth vocals in collaborative works with the likes of Tyler, The Creator or this one from the powerhouse Canadian team of Kaytranada and BADBADNOTGOOD, don't snooze, because the roller blading vintage dame is killer on her own too. - Ebyan Abdigir