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WOODKID (YOANN LEMOINE)

Yoann Lemoine, known professionally as Woodkid, is a French music video director, graphic designer and singer-songwriter. His most notable works include his music video direction for Katy Perry‘s “Teenage Dream“, Taylor Swift‘s “Back to December“, Lana Del Rey‘s “Born to Die” and Harry Styles‘s “Sign of the Times“. Lemoine is also a neofolk musician. On 28 March 2011, he released his first EP Iron EP. On 18 March 2013, he released his first album titled The Golden Age, which is an autobiographical record.

7.75/104 ratings

billion views

Woodkid
2012
The music video for Woodkid track "Run Boy Run" shows a young boy running, surrounded by various beasts that pick him up when he falls, hand him a sword and a shield, and put a horned helmet on his head. Lemoine himself directed the video.
Chamber popmartial industrialNeofolk
Grammy Best Music Video Nominee
7.33/103 ratings

billion views

DrakeRihanna
2012
The nearly-monochromatic video features Drake and Rihanna performing on empty stages. Images of nature, including a forest fire, a tundra, birds, arrows, and a charging bull, punctuate the beats.
Club
VMA Video of the Year Nominee
7.25/104 ratings

billion views

Woodkid
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
Alternative pop
Grammy Best Music Video Nominee
5.67/103 ratings

billion views

WoodkidMax Richter
2014
The video begins with the artificial creation of the human body in a sequence that prefigures the opening credits of HBO's Westworld. It then shows us idyllic scenes of a family living in the woods by the water.
Chamber popClassicalNeofolkOrchestral pop
Grammy Best Music Video Nominee
7.75/104 ratings
2012
The music video for Woodkid track "Run Boy Run" shows a young boy running, surrounded by various beasts that pick him up when he falls, hand him a sword and a shield, and put a horned helmet on his head. Lemoine himself directed the video.
7.33/103 ratings
2012
The nearly-monochromatic video features Drake and Rihanna performing on empty stages. Images of nature, including a forest fire, a tundra, birds, arrows, and a charging bull, punctuate the beats.
7.25/104 ratings
2020
Woodkid's Goliath brings viewers into a dystopian world. He plays a worker sent to labor at a mine pit in the middle of the desert. The monstrous machines who do the digging unearth something primeval that is now escaping from inside the earth.
5.67/103 ratings
2014
The video begins with the artificial creation of the human body in a sequence that prefigures the opening credits of HBO's Westworld. It then shows us idyllic scenes of a family living in the woods by the water.

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