You really need to watch this one on a mobile device to ge the full "Foster The People has hijacked my phone" effect, but it still works just fine on a desktop/laptop as multimedia wizards fourclops ::) create a vertical video out of 100 Instagram posts that seem perfectly aligned with the song.
A wedding that goes even more off-the-rails than that time Benjamin Braddock (spoiler alert, sigh) disrupted the planned nuptials of Elaine Robinson, Bleachers "Don't Take The Money" has frontman Jack Antonoff showing off some fantastically nebbishy acting chops at a surreally royale and very gender fluid ceremony lead by fictional sister Alia Shawkat.
Bo Burnham knows the secret of a hit pop song. Be vague, be catchy, repeat stuff, and obscure your darkest desires down lest they pop up and scare your audience. Bo could actually use some help on that last element — ie: the fingerbanging references should be masked at least a little bit, you shouldn't let your inner devil voice take over, and tearing a heart out should always be metaphorical.
Interactive video gurus fourclops::) create a virtual sticker book that's fun for the whole family, especially if you're fond of outsider pop like Tokimonsta and cute little "monstas" that you can place in each scene. It's like colorforms, but made out of blotter paper (except it's virtual, of course).
Directing duo fourclops continue to explore interactive terrain with this social music video for LA-based TV Girl.
“Girls Like Me” features you and your Facebook friends alongside the band's fanbased, who were shot via Skype sessions by fourclops. When you connect with the video via Facebook, it asks you "strike a pose" and then it mixes your photo in with a bunch of others taken from both your friends who have also participated in the interactivity.