In his latest video “Went Too Far,” Kobi Onyame asks viewers what they want to be. After the question fades from the screen, Kobi, an adorable young lady, and a few others share their answers. The camera also gives time to an intricate mural in the...
Things get heated in more ways than one in Ronya’s video for “Flame.” The Finnish singer makes sure that water can’t tame what’s going on in this one.
London’s Snow Ghosts prove that big things can come in small packages in their creatively-animated cut for “Secret Garden.” Will the garden remain a secret or will its wonders be exposed?
Zen might be the only way to describe the way iamamiwhoami’s video for “Fountain” makes you feel. Between the sound of ocean waves, calming scenery, and the relaxing track, one can safely say peacefulness is what the Swedish group was going for.
French singer Owlle presents a maze of a video for “Don’t Lose It.” With fingers and face adorned in gold paint, she sings as if she’s boxed-in, but dances as if she is free. It may be that this beautiful redhead is trapped in a prism of her own making.
Life got you spinning in circles? Sisters Allison and Catherine Pierce of The Pierces know exactly what you’re feeling. “Believe In Me” is inspirational pop that’ll have you believing in yourself and everyone around you.
How much would you pay for serenity? How about if you knew the experience wasn’t “real”? Duke Dumont provides another gorgeous UK house stunner in “I Got U” to follow-up last year’s major video for “Need U 100%.”
Love is a contact sport. In the dance of romance, the line between supporting a loved one’s weight and struggling against their grip can be thin. In “Midland” English indie rock band, Arthur Beatrice, uses modern dance as a way to tell their story.
Little Dragon’s video for “Klapp Klapp" becomes peculiar and mystical quickly. The Swedish trip-hop band provides the soundtrack for a ritual of mourning.
A relationship gone south has left John Newman shattered and fragile in his new video for “Out Of My Head.” Will the soulful British singer be able to put all of the pieces back together?
In this black-and-white video, DENA talks to a person with whom she’s shared a history of “Bad Timing." The setting, oddly enough, seems to be a soccer field.
Belgian rapstress Coely offers up some reflective bars in her video for “My Tomorrow.” She’s seen standing oceanside and roaming streets filled with fine architecture.
Dutch singer Sofie Winterson gets literal with finding a “diamond in the rough” in the video for “Said and Done.” She performs the most high-fashion dumpster dive we’ve ever seen, while prettily singing along to the catchy dreampop ditty.