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Iconic 90s Britpop & Rock Videos Filmed In London

Iconic 90s Britpop & Rock Videos Filmed In London

BEST BRITPOP AND ROCK MUSIC VIDEOS OF THE 1990s SET IN LONDON

 

The nineties was, music-wise, a fascinating era. It gave us iconic Briptpop bands like The Verve, Suede, Blur, Kula Shaker and the glamorous rock of Bush and Smashing Pumpkins. And timeless  David Bowie. Lots of these Britpop and Rock bands set their videos in London. Let’s see which ones.

 

SMASHING PUMPKINS

“Rhinoceros” – 1991

Hyde Park – London

SUEDE

“Metal Mickey” – 1992

Charing Cross Tube Station and various London spots

BLUR

“For Tomorrow” – 1993

Trafalgar Square/Primrose Hill

DAVID BOWIE

“Buddha of Suburbia” – 1993

London subsurbs

BLUR

“Parklife” – 1994

Shot in River Way outside the Pilot pub on the Greenwich Peninsula

 SUGGS

“Camden Town” – 1995

Camden Town

BUSH

“Machinehead” – 1996

Shepherd’s Bush – London

KULA SHAKER

“Hey Dude” – 1996

Around London

THE VERVE

“Bitter Sweet Symphony” – 1997

Hoxton

HANSON

“Where’s The Love” – 1997

Battersea Power Station, Trafalgar Square

 

Feature image:

The Road in Hoxton The Car Comes Out Of In The Video For Bittersweet Symphony By The Verve

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