Daft Punk sticks with running themes from throughout their career in “Lose Yourself to Dance.” The video is Soul Train meets Star Trek and references their own “Around the World” video. Daft Punk,...
There’s a lot going on in Avicii’s video for “You Make Me”: roller skating, martial arts, comic book style embellishments, and a budding romance between two ridiculously good-looking people.
Phoenix-based band Fayuca create a politically-charged video for “Por Que Seguir.” The wrestler/luchador masks that they wear show off their Mexican pride while they indite the government for systematic oppression.
Londoner Mickey Lightfoot fuses his eclectic influences into a genre-less distillation of cool. The video for “L.O.S.T.” featuring Darq E. Freaker raises a lot of questions, doesn’t dole out many...
"Broken” by UK singer Daley is made all the more powerful by his lush, orchestral accompaniment.
Rage along to South African rock band Van Coke Kartel’s “Môregloed.” The song’s video is a mini tour diary of their Afrikaans Verower Harte Tour of The Netherlands and Germany.
From the album Solider Like Ma Papa. Directed by Shamak Allharamadji.
UK group Bastille follow their hit “Laura Palmer” with forlorn song “Things We Lost in The Fire.” The cinematic video is full of intrigue as the viewer is forced to closely follow the trail of a vintage car and falling bullets.
Sub Focus has churned out an uplifting electro track with drum and bass touches in “Turn It Around.” The video, set in Japan, follows a woman overwhelmed with sadness to her nadir, where she discovers glimmers of resilience.
Drunken Tiger returns with lead single "The Cure," a light reggae track backed by YouTube guitar sensation David Choi. The song encourages listeners to remember that no matter how rough things get, the sun will always come up in the morning. The MV is...
Sweden’s Marlene has a powerful voice that’ll instantly get stuck in your head after watching the video for “Bon Voyage.” The pop track bounces between sultry R&B and club-readiness.
Boy & Bear's "Three Headed Woman" looks kinda like The Notebook before it takes a surprising and empowering turn. The honky-tonk jangle of the song matches the video's retro streetscape.
Denmark's Mo has a powerful voice and an equally powerful ponytail. For the video for her trap-based R&B track "XXX," she gets a little help from some friends in "high" places, like pop music's current wunderkind Diplo.