The correct amount of hard rock in a video should always be the maximum amount of hard rock. And, I don't think it's possible to cram in any more hard rock than what we see in this multi-layered spinner of a video for King Tuff.
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.
Objects in this video may be much larger than they appear in real life. And once you see the huge dangers lurking in this foreboding city, you'll understand why the main character is on such a frantic run.
One of many amazing things about NYC is that you can choreograph an elaborate dance routine on a Subway train and barely get any response. But just because the riders are blasé, that doesn't mean this isn't a damn fun video — even if you might be hoping to see some Wall Streeter snap and go ham on one of these dudes.
Life can be complicated and confusing, but there's options for escape... Dreams, drugs, skateboarding and a much more permanent solution. Director David Altobelli steers through the dreamscapes, searching for transcendence in a series of perfect metaphors for "Weightless"...
With a song title like this, one would think the video would be apocalypse-themed. Instead, we get a contemplative, moody clip about people wandering, trying to find peace or happiness; while others have apparently found it in their own way.