Official Music Videos
The duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos – more popularly known as Mount Kimbie – have released a new video for ‘Made to Stray,’ and it features a swirling kaleidoscope of shapes and colors.
Drugs, sex and rock 'n' roll: It's all there in Gunslinger's new video for 'Breaking Through,' the lead single and opening track off their new album of the same name. The trailblazing Los Angeles-based duo of Anthem and Vidal toggle between DJing clubs and performing a genre of music they call "rocktronica," and on their 'Breaking Through' album, they lean towards the latter, turning in an eight-track set of dance-infused rock 'n' roll that recently dropped via Open Flame Music.
In their new video for 'I Was a Fool,' which premiered today at Much Music, Tegan & Sara look over a heartbroken girl, played by 'Arrested Development' star Mae Whitman, as she cycles through the phases and emotions that accompany that universal situation. Whitman channels sadness, depression, tears, anger and rage.
Wild Nothing have treated us to a visual explosion of colors and shapes in their new video for ‘A Dancing Shell.’ The clip pairs striking geometric depictions with the tune’s trancelike rhythm and soothing vocals.
Less than a year ago, Lana Del Rey spoke of her desire to quit making music and become a screen writer, revealing that said vocation "will be my happy place." Yet she still continues to churn out tunes, the latest being her cover of 'Summer Wine,' a duet first made famous by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood all the way back in 1967.
The all-female post-punk group Savages just released their video for ‘Shut Up,’ the opening track off their forthcoming debut album, ‘Silence Yourself,’ and the clip has us marking the release date, May 7, on our calendars. It begins with the band in shadows, prepping to perform, while lead singer Jehnny Beth narrates the scene with what some are calling the manifesto on the album's cover.
Sometimes, you just need a visual, accompanied by sound, to mess with your mind, and that's exactly what Swedish brother-sister electro duo the Knife serve up with their video for 'A Cherry on Top.' It's 8:45 in length, and in that time, not much happens, except for some digitally manipulated gray images, which are juxtaposed against a hot pink screen.