Best New Videos

Whether you’re on your break at work, chilling at home in your pajamas, or waiting to go out for the night, there’s no better way to pass the time than checking out some of the coolest music videos of the week.
With so many new videos coming out each week, we’ve helped narrow it down to the best ones you definitely need on your radar. Here’s our favorite videos of the week below.
With so many videos coming out every week, we’ve made it easy for you with our Best New Videos compilation. Everything you need to be watching is right here. Check out this week’s specially curated videos below.
Alas, the long weekend is here. Whether you’re going through a rough time and just want to lay around in bed the whole time watching Netflix or you’re ready to spend your nights out dancing ‘till dawn, we have a song for it all.
The xx are always a band to watch and their new video "I Dare You" is no exception. We here at We Are: The Guard are absolutely ecstatic to share his filmmaking masterpiece with you.
Dance, the latest single from British singer Leon Else, is an infectious bit of 80s-inspired synth pop. But the real star here is not Else’s voice or lyrics, but his incredibly swift feet. Using a minimalist set and dramatic lighting, Else ratchets up the tension and accentuates his every move for an emotionally cathartic sequence that is truly jaw dropping.
Mr. Oizo is back with a brand new LP, and he got his alter ego to direct a trailer for said album. I’m sure All Wet is an excellent album and yada yada yada. I don’t care about all that right now because this trailer is fanf**kingtastic. Why don’t all albums get trailers? And why aren’t all trailers this good, music or otherwise?
It’s no secret that Swedish duo DOG ORCHESTRA is one of our favorite up and coming artists here at The Guard, and we are extremely excited to share their brand new video for their single, Broke, with you today. It’s the latest single off of their debut EP, and it’s a bone chilling and stripped down track that you won’t forget.

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