DMA's wander into some serious strangeways in this video filled with mirror images, overlapping realities, disembodied heads, repetitions and other detritus that should remind you of the golden age of lo-fi video.
Sleigh Bells roar back with style, sweetness and viciousness in the title track video off the impending new album Bitter Rivals. Singer Alexis Krauss and guitarist Derek Miller do what they do best, performing directly to the camera while on top of the world('s fair globe).
"EyeonEye" plays almost like an animated version of The Powers of 10, except that in this case we zoom all the way into Andrew Bird's brain before zooming out to expose the massive cosmos. There's a homemade/craft vibe to the clip, kind of like something you might find on Etsy. --> watch "Eyeoneye"
For every bit of daintiness, there's a whallop of menace in this new Sleigh Bells video co-directed by the band's own Derek Miller with Gregory Kohn. The comeback takes place in a suburban setting where they bask in the tranquility, but also nonchalantly break the rules with abandon (and a rifle). --> watch "Comeback Kid"
In the dismal future, we'll all be affixed to our respective wires and screens, dreaming about being virtually with the one that you love. Director Tim Nackashi depicts that dystopian dream in this sci-fi moodpiece starring Neon Indian. --> watch "Polish Girl"