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ALLDAYEVERYDAY engaged director Tim Nackashi for this music video.
ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Jake Sumner directed the music video for this song from Lissy Trullie’s eponymous album.
Directed by ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Kai Regan, this music video from the singer’s album, “The Lady Killer,” casts Cee Lo as the James Bond of New York City.
ALLDAYEVERYDAY produced this feature-length documentary in which director Cheryl Dunn spotlights “street theater” and its audience.
Jake Sumner’s beautiful black-and-white video for Penguin Prison’s “Don’t Fuck With My Money” was filmed during the Occupy Wall Street march in October from Zuccotti Park to Times Square.
Director Jake Sumner’s music video was inspired by British children’s shows of the 1970s.
ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Kai Regan directed this video for one of Rolling Stone’s 100 Best Songs of 2008.
The lo-fi effects in videos from the ’80s and ’90s inspired Bruno Mars and Damien Marley’s video for “Liquor Store Blues,” directed by ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Jake Sumner.
ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Kai Regan directed the music video for ”I’m Back,” a celebration of T.I.’s freedom from incarceration.
After receiving a nomination for the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Cobra Starship returned to ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Kai Regan for direction on their single, “You Make Me Feel…”
Directed by ALLDAYEVERYDAY’s Kai Regan, this video for Cobra Starship’s first top-10 Billboard Hot 100 single was nominated for Best Pop Video at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.