"Algorithm" picks up where "Pressure" left off, following kick-ass principal Terry Crews as he trains and turn to science in order to better fight off the Zombie invasion. Or, maybe he's just been fooled by The Matrix.
Buckle up for an unholy alliance between Fury Road, Tron, a random midnight movie you'd rent on VHS from Blockbuster Video, and a high speed experience meets Oculus Rift.
Matt Bellamy, Muse: "Life on the road can bring out your inner beast, this song and video is about taming that beast, desiring a return to something human. Plus, Teen Wolf is cool."
Lance Drake, director: "Our aim with 'Something Human' was to continue the journey that began in 'Dig Down' and 'Thought Contagion.' Pulling further into a simulated world we follow Matt, Dom, and, Chris on the chase of a lifetime - where something as simple as returning some video tapes becomes an epic journey."
A twofer of a video for Everthing Now tracks "Put Your Money On Me" and "We Don't Deserve Love." The "Money" side is a bit more fun, featuring a cameo by Toni Collette as the corporate exec who lures the band into crass commercialization — perhaps as a means to pull off a casino heist? — but the lonesome "Love" side might prove to be more resonant in the long run.
The song might sound ABBA, but the lyrics and the video make it seem like we shouldn't get too accustomed to our instant-gratification culture, especially if the future is as barren and dire as it looks in this video.
Kendrick Lamar and The Little Homies are back, this time collborating with director Dave Meyers for a video that's "just" a series of striking images one after the other, ranging from a Last Supper to a Grey Poupon break and on and on and on.
There's something lo-fi, off-the-cuff and "anti" about the about Tegan and Sara's "Boyfriend" video — which are all phrases that I would use to describe Robin Thicke's notorious "Blurred Lines" smash. But instead of a topless Emily Ratajkowski and the other women who apparently didn't capture the media's attention, we have designer Rachel Antonoff and actresses Sarah Ramos and Mae Whitman, who keep trying to spruce up this mostly bare video, while TeSara stay focused on signing the song and getting this damned (yet awesome) video finished.
Any Insane Clown Posse fan can tell you that magnets and the reason why we're attracted to certain things is beyond comprehension. So it's possible that Lorde can't explain why she fell for the philandering Hills douchebag at the center of this story, but you can be damn sure she knows what she's gonna do to him when she finds out about the other women in his life.