Best New Videos

We’ve been all about SoKo’s sophomore LP, My Dreams Dictate My Reality. So naturally we’d be documenting the release of Lovetrap, another SoKo directed music video for one of the two songs she did with fellow Los Angeles weirdo Ariel Pink.
We bring you the best videos of the week! FKA Twigs, Shamir, and newcomer LunchMoney Lewis have some seriously great new videos to check out, while there’s also some that will leave you wondering what the hell you just watched.
QT dropped a brand new video this week for Hey QT, a song which actually dropped last summer. Regardless of when it came out, this is some legitimate pc music porn, so we’ll take any excuse we get to share it.
While not the Tegan and Sara cover I was hoping for, Shamir’s Call It Off is a wondrous bit of disco pop about the dissolution of a relationship. In the Philip Hodges-directed video, Shamir gets puppet-ified, which is to say he gets turned into a puppet.
Every FKA twigs video is a best new video because every FKA twigs video is an event. Glass & Patron is the first new material we’ve heard from the British songstress since last year’s exceptional LP1.
We have lots of choreographed goodness from Petite Meller, Awolnation and Jungle, while Hitchhiker, Skrillex, and Yaen bring the weirdness. So sit back, relax, and get ready for the best music videos of the week!
The musician’s life seems great, except for the part where you grow old and your fans abandon you. This harrowing thought is put under the microscope in Ariel Pink’s latest music video, Dayzed Inn Daydreams.
Part 2 of this week's best music videos may not be as promising as part 1, but with the hilarity that is Tempura Kidz or the reassuring chorus from Years & Years, there may be something in here for you. Cheers.
Start your week off with a bang, with these exciting new videos from Savant, Jaw & Art Department, and Flying Lotus, plus a whole lot of oddities in this week's first installment of the best music videos.
This week we’ve got some new visual stimulation from Animal Collective, IBeyi, Petite Noir, Nicki Minaj, Coldplay (believe it or not) and a guy who did a better job at mimicking Sia’s interruptive dance than Lena Dunham.
Husband-Wife Norwegian synth pop duo Eva Weel Skram and Thomas Stenersen make music as Eva & The Heartmaker. The video for their new single, Told You, will inevitably be one the best things you see today.