We love music. We also love animation. So when we see an animated music video, you can bet we're all over it. We made a list of some of our favorite animated videos a while back. But we found 10 more to keep us glued to our screens.

  • Cloud Nothings, 'Stay Useless'

    A little boy, an action figure and a giant monkey. Cloud Nothings' colorful clip looks a lot like the daytime adventures we play out inside our heads every single day.

  • Fleet Foxes, 'The Shrine / An Argument'

    The folk rockers' elegant, woodsy track from 'Helplessness Blues' gets an appropriately elegant and woodsy video complete with forest animals and a whole circle-of-life theme.

  • Gorillaz, 'Stylo'

    We'd expect a cartoon band to have cool animated videos, and Gorillaz never disappoint. 'Stylo' features and awesome mix of live action and animation. And Bruce Willis.

  • Los Campesinos!, 'We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives'

    These Welsh indie poppers always sound like they're throwing a party. And in this 2007 video, bombs and body parts collide with the song's sunny vibe.

  • Stephen Malkmus, 'Jo Jo's Jacket'

    The Pavement frontman's 2001 debut album was filled with lots of Pavement-esque moments. This ghostly clip for 'Jo Jo's Jacket' jumps styles.

  • Moby, 'Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?'

    Cute cartoon characters romp through a song called 'Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?' Confusion ensues. The great song comes from Moby's 1999 masterpiece 'Play.'

  • Portishead, 'The Rip'

    This minimalist cut from the British electronic band's third album is pretty stripped down too. All sketchy line drawings fleshed out with simple but effective animation.

  • Radiohead, 'Pyramid Song'

    Radiohead's 'Paranoid Android' is one of our favorite animated videos. Their serene clip for the great 'Pyramid Song' is special too.

  • The Shins, 'The Rifle's Spiral'

    We're kinda creeped out and fascinated by the Shins' video for 'The Rifle's Spiral.' Plus, we could look at magical bunnies all day.

  • The Smashing Pumpkins, 'Tonight, Tonight'

    Another blend of live action and animation, the Pumpkins' great-looking video for 'Tonight, Tonight' pays tribute to the same pioneering filmmaker Martin Scorsese honored in 'Hugo.'