The Driver Era impresses with bright neon lights, a dark, confined hotel room, and an electric atmosphere. See Ross Lynch struggle with his own ideas of life and faith in this thrilling video that blends breaktaking visuals with raw passion.
The multi-talented Ciaran Lyons put his body on the line for Virgin/EMI duo Slaves, both in front and behind the camera, describing his electric new video as, "like an episode of Bottom directed by Jan Svankmajer. This aesthetic concept guided all my decision making: the grimy production design, the extensive use of action-based close-ups, the slapstick violence, and the Rick Mayall inspired performance."
The Amazing Randi might not be amused by this video, but Uri Geller fans should head immediately to this magical diner where spoons bend, gravity slips away and all the laws of physics take a 3:28 break.
A good man is hard to find. So, you might be better off finding yourself. Even if that sounds like an invitation to masturbation, this video has Brit girl group The Saturdays playing dual roles as Desperate Housewives and Boorish Husbands who turn out to be perfect couples.