LA-based husband-wife duo Big Harp escort you through a constellation-animated dreamscape in their Waiting For Some Drunk music video. The song is featured on their latest album, Chain Letters, out now on Saddle Creek.
Eminem pays homage to Max Headroom in his 80s tech-themed Rap God music video. Rap God is featured on his recently released record The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Scottish group Blindfolds recently announced that they're calling it quits, but not without a fond farewell. Watch the group's last music video, Lucid.
Glee's Dianna Agron channels her inner Brandon Flowers as she acts out a timeline of The Killers frontman's career.
Yet another notable British import, Syd Arthur, invades with their home made pyramid and song Ode To Summer.
Pop's bad girls, Icona Pop, take a more serious approach with Just Another Night.
Utah and Los Angeles based rockers, The Moth And The Flame bring us the video for the song Sorry.
Jon Benjamin (Archer, Bob's Burgers) and Jon Glaser (Parks and Rec, Delocated) co-star as undercover security bros in Superchunk's Void music video.
Aussie newcomer, Hamish Anderson, is easy on the eyes and ears in his video for Howl.
Cowboys and Heartbreak. The Kings of Leon go thematically country with Beautiful War.
The Bloody Beetroots collaborate with Theophilus London to bring us All The Girls (Around The World).
Set on the rugged coast of Northern Ireland with the ruins of Dunluce Castle in the background, SHEL performs Lost At Sea.
Arcade Fire's Afterlife music video will take a minute before it hits you right in the heart and tear ducts. Look inside the dreams of a three-person family, all males, who long for a missing mother and wife.
Pop Culture Icons Backstreet Boys give up a little something for the ladies in this shirtless and buff video for Show Em What You're Made Of.
Rising young pop star, Lena Fayre, delivers on a series of high school fantasies in this video for her pumping new song Love Burning Alive.