Live4ever’s Essential Listening 2014: The Indie Rock Music Videos

Live4ever’s 2014 Essential Listening series continues today with The Videos, as selected by our Emmy award winning founder Paul Bachmann. Of particular note is the exceptional editing on The Kooks‘ ‘Down‘, the stunning visuals of Jack White‘s ‘Lazaretto‘, and the plain, spoken word simplicity of ‘Artwork Of Youth‘ by Trampolene, which clearly shows you don’t need a ton of money to produce a great music video. You can watch all the videos in full on Live4ever by clicking on each individual link.

Catch up with the first in this year’s look-back, The Gigs, right here and stay tuned next week as the Essential Listening series continues with 20 of our favourite tracks of 2014.

Live4ever’s Essential Listening series is here to share, not preach! An interactive celebration of rock and roll where your favourites can contribute. Make sure your stand-out videos of the year get a clearly deserved mention by leaving a comment below.

 

20: Black Submarine – ‘Black Submarine’

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19: The Orwells – ‘The Righteous One’

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18: The 1975 – ‘Settle Down’

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17: Arctic Monkeys – ‘Arabella’

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16: Twin Atlantic – ‘Heart and Soul’

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15: Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Feel’

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14: Sweethead – ‘Reverse Exorcism’

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13: James – ‘Moving On’

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12: Johnny Marr – ‘Easy Money’

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11: Raglans – ‘White Lightning’

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10: Kasabian – ‘bumblebeee’

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9: OK Go – ‘The Writing’s On The Wall’

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8: Peace – ‘Lost On Me’

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7: Jamie T – ‘Rabbit Hole’

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6: Elbow – ‘Charge’

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5: The Afghan Whigs – ‘Lost In The Woods’

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4: Ryan Adams – ‘My Wrecking Ball’

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3: The Kooks – ‘Down’

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2: Jack White – ‘Lazaretto’

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1: Trampolene – ‘Artwork Of Youth’

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Indie Rock Music Videos and Songs


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