Tiara Thomas is serious when she says she ain't after your money — unless you happen to own a bank, in which case you're screwed, or if you happen to have the misfortune of getting in the way of her latest robbery. Despite the guns and the masks and the malice, "One Night" is decidedly stylish and works like a charm, largely thanks to how the visual bounce off the lyrics in an unexpected way.
Skylar Grey is back from the grave — or at least a nearby lake — thereby mucking up a couple's delicate charade of a relationship. It's not I Spit On Your Grave, but that kind of menace is rippling just beneath the surface.
A car crash of a relationship sends two lovers hurtling to opposite ends of the world, only to come back together at the end. But, the core of the video is director Jodeb's kaleidoscopic flurry of exploding objects, from Edison bulbs to stars.