Jamie Lynn Spears not only reunites with her Zoey 101 castmates, but also musically collaborates with Chantal Jeffries in a music video that also features a cavalcade of social media influencers and other guest stars.
Shania Twain releases might not be as frequent as other country superstars, but she's clearly paying attention to what's cool thanks to this collaboration with the mysterious alt-country star Orville Peck and director Cameron Duddy, who also plays bass in Midland. The stylized video itself takes place at a magical movie drive-in, which once would have been considered retro, but is now as timely as ever in these Corona times.
London Alley Director Tim Mattia brings us his new video ‘Now You’re Gone’ for Tom Walker and Zara Larsson . Starring Michael Malarkey (The Vampire Diaries) & Veronica Olivier, the video depicts the highly charged and chaotic relationship between a young magician and his assistant set against the backdrop of Reno, Nevada
Norwegian songstress Aurora psychically and metaphorically breaks free from her cage, erupting into a passionate performance which finds herself in a vibrant club.
Mattia was very complimentary of Aurora, saying “it was great to be invited to go inside Aurora’s head for a little bit of time while we worked on this project together. It was a hugely collaborative experience, and I think that can be seen on screen, as our ideas and aesthetics melded together to create the video.”
As befits a song called "Nightlight" there's just a glimmer a light in the otherwise dark reality that we find in this epic music video return by Silversun Pickups. Las Vegas. Boardwalk Empire actress Meg Steedle comes closest to the heart of darkness here, navigating a nightmare filled with sex, death, revenge, paranoia and all the other charms of Las Vegas that don't get mentioned in the ad campaigns.
Dance is definitely the trend of 2015, ever since Sia’s “Chandelier” (and Kiesza’s “Hideaway”) broke some ground last year with their ur-dance videos. This time Muse and director Robert Hales take you inside a chalk-filled silo while two dancers express their kind of creepy selves.