A couple in love fools around in their apartment, until a strange occurrence sees the once gentle face of the city start to change. Running down familiar streets, the spinning cogs and pumping pistons turn into intimidating silhouettes as haunting spirits dance forth from the once peaceful people. Can the pair find each other once more, or are they instead destined to chase the fragile bubbles dancing through the air?
A girl on the subway listens to music, a boy on his skateboard zooms down the streets, and a motorcyclist picks up his date while the buildings of the city both sprout anew and collapse all around them. Fast-paced, always-moving and ever-evolving, follow a group of people in their daily lives while the cities around them develop to the point of self destruction.
Short music videos with the distinctive visual style of Studio 4C; with some obligatory disaffected urban youth stuck in a weirdly colorful but grimy future landscape.
Both are fast paced music vidoes with a distinctive Studio 4C style, and both are set in dystopian-future backgrounds.
A girl walks the streets with her three friends; together, they take pictures, sing karaoke, and attend concerts, having fun every step of the way. However, while passing a few young boys, something happens to the girl, and her view on life suddenly changes…
Both of these Studio 4C music videos have a very distinctive style and deal with the world being viewed in a different light. If you like one, definitely watch the other.
Two music videos of exactly the same style by Studio 4C. If you liked the one, you should definitely try the other.
What do you get when you cross a robot, a baby, a parasol, and a homicidal personality? Just one of the players in a futuristic and violent game of life and death. Children with guns, demented astronauts, slick shade-wearing badasses, robots gone wrong and more clash in a bloody and frantic experience through the streets of a dystopic city.
In the streets of a city filled with power lines and abandoned buildings, an oddly-shaped being explores and meanders. Meanwhile, a young girl with a penchant for jumping travels to the surface of planets and roads with an inner tube around her waist. Experience the shadows and the whimsy of their misadventures!
Jigen Loop is loopier and more original in its visuals and doesn't have an awkward attempt to ram in the band... but that's not to sell short the reasonable visual charms that Four Day Weekend also possesses. They're short, weird music videos from 4c, and recommend each other well enough.