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Lush on YouTube 
 


The video clips in this section are only a small sampling of what can be found on YouTube - when this site was launched there were very few Lush videos available online, fortunately since then hundreds of videos have been uploaded including many interviews, official promo videos, and live shows.
Click here to search for 'Lush band' directly on YouTube
 

Promotional Videos

De-Luxe
From Gala
1990


Emma has said this is her favorite Lush video, and it truly is beautiful. Its the favorite of most Lush fans I know.

This is the second De-Luxe video they made, done for the US market. The first version (their very first video) is completely different and not as good in my opinion. 

Nothing Natural
From Spooky
1992


Miki and Emma strongly disliked this video because they felt it glamorized them. Nevertheless, I personally feel it is a beautiful work of art.

This and the De-Luxe video above are by far my two favorite Lush videos.

Undertow
Spooky Remix
From the Hypocrite EP
(CD and 12" only)
1994

Undertow is my personal all-time favorite Lush song. This 9 minute remix, while very different from the original, is hauntingly beautiful.

For Love
From Spooky
1992

This is one of my all-time favorite Lush songs, and the video is very good.

Hypocrite
From Split
1994

Very interesting visually, especially the fun house mirror distortions, done without any fancy special effects. And Miki is looking particularly beautiful with her red pig-tails.
500
(Shake Baby Shake)

From Lovelife
1996

This video is a fun little mini-movie which tells a complete story. Notice the way Miki and Chris look at each other toward the end.

A second 500 video was done, for the US market, but its not as good as this one in my opinion.

Single Girl
From Lovelife
1996
Ladykillers
From Lovelife
1996


Not one of my personal favorite songs, but it is one of their most popular so here it is.

 

Keep an eye on Emma at exactly 2:00 minutes into this video!

Suberblast!
From Spooky
1992
Desire Lines
From Split
1994
   
 

 

 

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