If you’ve been too busy to watch music videos over the last few days you’ve missed out on some of this week’s hottest releases from the likes of Seams, No Age, Major Lazer and These New Puritans. To remedy this, do yourself a favor and check below’s update. Oh, and this list contains no Gaga.
#1 Fhloston Paradigm – “Chasing Rainbows”, directed by Keagan Anfuso
#2 No Age – “An Impression”, directed by Randy Randall & Dean Spunt
As an appetizer for their An Object release, L.A. noise rock group No Age has shared the video for their first single “An Impression”, a self-directed art/concept video where not much happens.
#3 Seams – “Rilo”, directed by Jonathan Pound
New tune taken from Seams forthcoming album, Quarters due out in mid-September via Full Time Hobby, which was recorded in four different areas around Berlin. If it’s anything like this tune, the album should be worth a listen.
#4 Big Sean ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Control”, directed By Negro Tarantino
I DON’T SMOKE CRACK / MOTHAFUCKA, I SELL IT!
#5 Major Lazer feat. Peaches Timberlee – “Scare Me” , directed by Brandon Dermer
Awesome video for another killer track by Major Lazer! Zombies, vampires, explosions, shooting… the works. Enjoy it party people!
#6 Goddie Mob feat. Janelle Monáe – “Special Education”, directed by John Colombo
Cee Lo’s pre-Gnarls Barkley group Goodie Mob returns with a visual for their Janelle Monáe-assisted jam “Special Education”. Stream the video above and be sure to mark your calendars for August 27th—that’s when the Mob’s new album is set to hit shelves.
#7 Mount Kimbie – “Home Recording”, directed by Anthony Dickenson
Here’s the incredibly beautiful shot video for Mount Kimbie’s latest single “Home Recording”. The British duo’s sophomore album Cold Spring Fault Less Youth is out now via Warp Records.
#8 These New Puritans – “Organ Eternal”, directed by Willy Vanderperre
British art rock trio These New Puritans unleashed one of this summer’s most interesting post pop albums and here’s the picturesque music video for “Organ Eternal”.
#9 Shadow Shadow – “1000001”, self-directed
#10 Five Knives – “Vive Le Roi”, directed by Ace Norton