A colorful, magical mystery tour through Mumbai, Delhi, and Worli Village with Coldplay and guest singer Beyoncé, plus a cameo by Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor.
Ben Mor, director: "Hymn For The Weekend is such an exuberant, life-affirming song and I wanted the visuals to compliment and heighten that tone. At the same time, I wanted to spark people’s imaginations and curiosity as they watch just a small fraction of what India has to offer."
This campy and retro musical tribute to pretty girls around the world (that would be all of them) is an out-of-this-world quest to bring these two blonde superstars together. Iggy plays an alien robot-type creature who is, naturally, new to the scene, while Britney is otherwise worshiped and glorified.
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.
It's not the broken bones that hurt the stuntman, it's the heartache caused by an unrequited crush on the leading lady. It's a slow motion car crash, on several levels, in this meta video that imagines Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard as a director for a love story masquerading as an action film.
Alicia Keys is doubtlessly a music icon, but here she echoes some other classic performers, ranging from the bejweled showgirl poses of Josephine Baker to bravaura stage shows of Gladys Knight and her Pips.