Is Tropical blends old school cartoon and video game with real life in this video where boys will be boys. The headshots are okay because it's animated violence, kids, and fake chemistry sets with briefcases full of money and boxes labeled with "drogue" are just fine, too! All in all,...

Take an emaciated lady in the Kate Moss realm of beauty and make her lipsync to Tom Vek's "A Chore," and the casting and execution are so appealing that this entire video feels strangely and androgynously natural. ...

With extreme macro shots of eyes, mouths, and other indistinguishable slimy body parts, this video for "Beard" leaves one scratching one's head just as Colourmusic's style of indie psych-sludge mash-up leaves you scratching your head. ...

Strangely, I am most fascinated by the slight patterning to be found on this video for Architecture In Helsinki's "Escapee." Other than that, not much happens; the video's appeal lies in the fact that it is shot like a dreary Nordic drama, and it's more like an advertisement for you...

Watch pasty, emaciated characters doing ambiguous things lethargically and fall into a drug-induced haze! Perfectly fitting for the slowcore music of Timber Timbre. Sprinkle in some Eraserhead vibes, and this is one cryptically engaging creeper. Directed by Kate Young & Eriver Hijano...

What I find fascinating about Sea Of Bees' new video for "Sidepain" is this: it's not that often you get to study a stranger's face up-close, particularly in a music video. For half of this video, you get to closely follow around Julie Ann Bee, the creative force behind Sea...

After being asked by YouTube's music editor to feature their latest album, FLORA, as a streaming preview, three-piece Swedish band Fredrik decided to create a carefully premeditated visual accompaniment to their album. They plotted and directed a piece over half an hour long, that questions music video conventions.
fredik "These days, the whole idea of releasing records feels kind of abstract and non-defined, so we thought this sounded like a fresh take on the whole thing," explains drummer Ola Lindefelt.

The entire video was shot and then reversed in post-production. But because the camera is moving forward throughout the duration of the video, the detail is not immediately obvious, and it isn't until the first glipmse one catches of a man bicycling backwards that it truly clicks.

Logistically, Fredrik knew that they wanted the route to start from the ocean and return to their garden studio. To make this happen, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Fredrik Hultin -- who also did the biking for the shoot -- began at home base and slowly made his way out to the coast. Hultin listened to FLORA during his bike ride and managed to pace the entire route to the music, but the video was later slowed down for a "dreamier feel."

"The original timing was lost," says Lindefelt, "but a new one appeared."

"These days, the whole idea of releasing records feels kind of abstract and non-defined, so we thought this sounded like a fresh take on the whole thing." -- Ola Lindefelt, drummer of Fredrik

Give me anything surrealistic that is remotely well-done, and I will accept! No complaints! That logic in mind, the video for When Saints Go Machine's "Add Ends" is one I accept, without complaints. A little bit reminiscent of Tim Burton's film Big Fish, this video similarly contains a central elderly...