Ever wonder what happens after a curbstomp? Probably nothing as clean and appealing as what we see in this new Clipping video by "Wont Work" director Carlos Lopez Estrada. Our headless hero wanders the city with a series of inventive replacements to match and every lyrical twist.
It's clear from the start that Clipping mouthpiece Daveed Diggs is in a precarious position, but you don't realize just how at risk he is at needing some dental work work until we see guest rapper Cocc Pistol Cree and her big boot.
It's only fitting that a video for a band called Caged Animals plays upon an Animal Liberation theme: In this case it's a role reversal riff, with simian scientists trying to figure out what makes us humans love.
You know those trust-building exercises? Imagine that, but with much higher stakes. Director Isaac Ravishankara uses one here that involves a plank, a deep chasm and a whole bunch of trust on behalf of KT Tunstall.
Nothing like powdered substance to help you get carried away. In this case, some fun loving youngsters get insanely kinetic via colorful granules that cause them to physically split apart and defy gravity and physics. Things get progressively weirder — the splitting effect soon jumps to inanimate objects, adding transmogrifying properties along the way — but the party keeps on raging.