The beautiful video for our heart-rending ballad of hope in a climate-changed world was directed by Heidi Lee Douglas with dancing by Marigold Pazar. Full credits at YouTube.

Our first fully produced video-with-a-story is for Lara’s passionate song of love and responsibility, “Bound”. It’s directed by Emilie Morgane B. See full credits at the YouTube page. It also seems to feature some weird rock band?

Our first music video, for our environmental anthem “This Machine”, was directed by César Rodrigues for Blank Tape Music

While in New York touring with Neil Gaiman in 2014, we recorded two songs live’n’acoustic in an incredible setting beside the Brooklyn Bridge. Check it out:

Here’s an insane video Shenzo made of us on various touring locations a while back:

Rebecca Hubbard has created a lovely video for the NGO Ocean Planet using our track “Venice Underwater”. Watch it here:

Tasmania’s Unique Marine Environment from Rebecca Hubbard on Vimeo.

FourPlay are somewhat infamous for our cover of Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing In The Name Of”, which has political resonances for us as well as being a funkin’ heavy riff-fest. Here’s one live recording in Sydney Uni’s quadrangle:

…and at the same gig, we have Shenzo’s Indian raga from “Bollyrock”, with Peter & Tim on stringed tablas:

Here’s FourPlay performing the title track of Now To The Future live on ABC-TV’s Sunday Arts:

In March 2007, FourPlay appeared on ABC-TV hit show Spicks & Specks. We quizzed the teams in “Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma”:

…and then we played out the episode with our cover of the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage”:

In January 2007, FourPlay won “best band” at the Golden Fiddle Awards, part of Tamworth’s Country Music Festival. Shenzo was on hand, and made this fascinating documentary about it:

In 2006, FourPlay played as the backing band at the IF Awards. Here’s a 1-minute sampler of what we did: