The homemade, lock-down video for 2020's Getting Sober For The End Of The World. Made with a black sheet and a cellphone, Darren performs his then new single as a series of characters including a pissed-off electric guitar player who never quite gets with the band.
This mimed performance of National Guy from 2018's Too Many Millionaires is another homemade music video conceived and filmed by Darren. It was filmed and edited on a Samsung Galaxy S7 at the Ngaio Town Hall. It features the core 'Millionaires' band of Steve Moodie on bass, Terry Casey on harmonica, and Delia Shanly on percussion.
This music video was filmed and directed by Dunedin's Clive Copeman. It tells the imagined story of the perpetrator of the bombing of the Wellington Trades Hall in March 1984 where caretaker Ernie Abbott lost his life. The song is available to buy or stream on Getting Sober For The End Of The World.
This is a live performance of Darren's 2010 single Love Is An Ocean on Radio New Zealand in 2015. It features Darren on guitar and vocals, with Delia Shanly playing drums.
Love Is An Ocean music video from 2010's Saint Hilda's Faithless Boy. Directed and filmed by Dean Zillwood. The band includes Richard Te One on drums, Elliot Fuimaono on bass, and Alan Norman on organ.