Nick Clark's claymation video for "Sad Screaming Old Man" is on Youtube here!
Brett Sullivan's music video for "Support Tours" is here!
Anna Bond's music video for "Back to Manhattan" is here!
Can we consider this a "video" for "WWPRD"? Made by The Lipsinkers... it's great!
A fan-made video for "How Can It Be" is here.
Very nice fan-made video for "Krongu Green Slime" is here.
A quickie video for "Cult Boyfriend", filmed by Bark Bark Disco in Malta, is here.
Somebody made this video for Jeffrey's recording of "Do They Owe Us A Living"...
OFFICIAL music video for "Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror" (made by Mark Locke) is here. (Also sometimes on MTV2 in the UK!)
OFFICIAL music video for "To Be Objectified" is on Youtube here. (Made by $99 Music Videos)
OFFICIAL music video for “Anxiety Attack”on Youtube here. (Made in France by Jey at Kidam)
There's a fan-made second video for "Anxiety Attack" here (made by Matt Lazenby). On Jan 17, 2008 this video was selected for the Youtube homepage by filmmaker Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Science of Sleep, etc) as part of "Michel Gondry curates his favorite Youtube clips for the Sundance Film Festival" - within two days it received over 150,000 new views, making this student-project clip the most-watched Jeffrey Lewis music video on Youtube at that time!
There's even a THIRD video for "Anxiety Attack" on Youtube here!
And a FOURTH video for "Anxiety Attack" on Youtube here!
OFFICIAL music video for "Posters" on Youtube here! (Made by Mark Locke)
An amazingly elaborate fan-made music video for "Back When I Was 4" is on Youtube here. (By D.R. Garrett)
OFFICIAL video for the Jeffrey Lewis version of the Crass song "End Result" is online here. (Made by Mikey Please)
Fan-made video for the Jeffrey Lewis version of the Crass song "Systematic Death" is here. (Made by Thomas Waghorn and Andy Clift).
A short film by Griffin Newman which is somewhat of a music video for "Alphabet" is here.
Fan-made video for the Jeffrey Lewis version of Daniel Johnston's song "The Adventures of God As a Young Boy" (from the tribute album "I Killed the Monster") online here.
A fan-made video (really a zombie-flic montage) using the Jeffrey Lewis song If You Shoot the Head You Kill The Ghoul here.
OFFICIAL video for album track "Had it All" is here. (Made by Greg Condon)
A very odd video game/music video for "Shoot the Head, Kill the Ghoul" is here (made by Dav in France).
Fan-made music video for the Jeffrey Lewis song "The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane" here.
Fan-made video for "If Life Exists(?)" here.
Fan-made video for "Slogans" here.
The fan-made video for "Posters" is back online here (made by Hedi in Germany).
Fan-made video for "Bugs & Flowers" is here.
PREVIEW of a Jeffrey Lewis Band documentary film called "Monkies and Babies Are Scary", supposedly in production by the Kidam film group of France, is here.
Trailer for a documentary called "Antifolk Cutz" also made by the Kidam film group of Paris... featuring footage of the Jeffrey Lewis Band, Herman Dune, Daniel Johnston, and many others... here.
Here's the BBC Culture Show 7-minute TV special on Jeffrey Lewis, aired in the UK in 2008.
Found again! The gone-missing fan-made alternate video for "Had it All" (made by Rémi Noell) is again viewable, here.
(There are also videos for "The East River" and "Heavy Heart," part of the DVD in the Jeffrey Lewis Box Set.)
THE FOLLOWING VIDEOS seem to no longer exist at these links... anybody know where they currently can be found? If you have a better link for any of the below please inform JeffLewisBand@gmail.com - thanks!
Gone missing: Strange video someone made for the Jeffrey Lewis version of the Crass song "Big A, Little A," formerly on Youtube here ...
Gone missing: Strange video someone made for the Jeffrey Lewis version of the Crass song "The Gasman Cometh," formerly on Youtube here ...
Gone missing: The fantastic animated music video for the Professor Louie song "The River," made by Sara in the UK (Professor Louie is Jeff & Jack's amazing rapping uncle), formerly here.
A video for "Art Land" was supposedly in production in France at some point...