Official Music Videos
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.
Low’s new video for ‘Just Make It Stop’ pairs striking close-ups of drummer/vocalist Mimi Parker’s painted lips with scenes of vines and leaves as luscious plant life invades the studio.
Two seemingly opposite musical titans, electronica mastermind Moby and gruff-throated rocker Mark Lanegan, have teamed up for the new song 'The Lonely Night.' Both are veteran musicians -- Moby the DJ behind 1999's diamond-certified 'Play,' Lanegan a former Screaming Trees/Gutter Twins member and serial collaborator whose list of credits includes the Twilight Singers and Mad Season -- and each brings his distinct sound on the slow-burning electronica ballad, which will be released Saturday as a Record Store Day 7-inch single, with the flip side featuring a remix from Phoenix.
Somewhere in between muscular riffing and robotic electronica lies Trans Am, the veteran Washington, D.C.-area trio featuring guitarist Phil Manley. Manley has taken a step back from his main project with Life Coach, a duo rounded out by Jon Theodore, formerly a drummer for Mars Volta and now a member of Queens of the Stone Age.
With a couple of Grammys under his belt, Frank Ocean has earned the right to brag about his successful, jet-setting lifestyle, and he does exactly that in his new video for ‘Lost.' The clip portrays the ‘Thinkin’ About You’ singer in various spots around the world, playing shows, engaging with fans and generally living it up.