Now that we’ve all had time to binge-watch Stranger Things 2, we can return to binge-watching YouTube.
Is it just us or is time different when you’re watching something like the new series of Stranger Things or spending time on the internet? It seems like you watch one five minute video, then all of a sudden you’ve fallen down a YouTube-shaped hole and what felt like maybe 15 minutes has actually been three hours. Well, we hope that you don’t have anything important to do tonight, just incase that happens to you after watching the videos in this week’s Round-Up!
Toxic | Signs of Emotional Abuse | Laurbubble
This video is very important. As young people, we aren’t always told what the signs of an abusive relationship are. Obviously, we hear stories or see domestic physical abuse on the telly, but no one really prepares us to be alert to the signs of emotional abuse. Luckily, YouTube exists and there are videos that we can watch to help inform us of what to look for. Like this one from Laura Bubble, which adds a little humour to keep us engaged in the topic.
You | dodieVEVO
We’re going to assume you live under a rock if you haven’t seen dodie‘s music video for her single You. Shot by director Bertie Gilbert on actual super 8 film in Paris, the video features Jack Howard and Savannah Brown in papier-mâché. It’s a beautiful song and an even more beautiful video, so we won’t judge you for putting it on repeat. (We have.)
Any Regrets? | TomSka
Do you have any regrets?
While you’re thinking about that, why not find out what Sammy Paul‘s regrets are in Tom Ridgewell‘s latest sketch. We must say, we didn’t know that one person could have so many regrets, and we’re glad that the zombie apocalypse allowed for his dreams to come true. It’s actually quite beautiful.
Music Is Magic | New Age Creators
Music is wonderful. It’s something that can connect people, trigger memories and even heal. That’s probably why many people, including some of the TenEighty staff, have music tattoos. Orin Willis from New Age Creators explores the magic of music and shares what music means to him.
Anavae – All of Nothing (Official Video) | Eleven Seven Music
Speaking of how magical music can be, this week the official video for Anavae’s All or Nothing was posted on Eleven Seven Music’s YouTube channel. Anavae is a two-piece formed by Rebecca Need-Menear and Jamie Finch, and if you haven’t heard of them before, get ready because you’re about to fall in love.