Blog HIP Picks – The Weekly Client Roundup – Thursday 8/30 August 30, 2018January 7, 2019 Molly Hudelson Dulcie Taylor, Emmy Law, HIP Picks, The Get Up Kids, Water District From old favorites to new stars, we’ve got four exciting new clips for you to check out. The latest HIP Picks – Weekly Client Roundup is below, so read on to see what we’ve got to share! Keeping the late 90s and 2000s culture alive, The Get Up Kids are the pinnacle of punk music, creating records that have defined many fans’ formative years and still catch them during confusing and intense times. Their latest visual is for “I’m Sorry”, and it comes off their brand new Kicker EP. “I’m Sorry” tells the story of pre-teens seeking revenge against the band after a kid gets pushed to the ground. Los Angeles trio Water District creates authentic indie pop-rock with a modern emo spin. The band consists of vocalist Tice Griffin, drummer Erik Williams, and bassist Ryan Scottie. Water District’s video for “Dream With Your Eyes Open” is a glossy throwback to their pop-rock influences, as the trio appears punctuated by flashes of neon lights. After majoring in music education, Emmy Law has written her own system of rules and is now ready to exhibit her pure talent with blazing guitars and ukulele stylings. A music teacher by day, this Atlanta-based artist has built a reputation for herself by performing at some of Atlanta’s top venues and making a name in the local open mic scene. Directed by Zak Washburn, her video for “Fairyland” (from her 2017 debut EP of the same name) is shot with a vintage camera and calls back to the memory of an idealized former relationship. California is one of the most beautiful places in the world, but because of climate change it’s also one of the most threatened. With the video for “Halfway to Jesus”, celebrated Americana singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor asks the viewer to confront the destructive consequences of our appetites before it’s too late. At one point, she sings and strums her dulcimer in a field of burned-down tree stumps. It’s a call to action to fight climate change. That’s our list of HIP Picks for the week! What videos have you been enjoying lately? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter!