These visuals take on a different meaning in the CoronaCrisis that hit after shooting the video, but "Ohh LA LA" basically imagines the party that will bust out when cash no longer rules everything around us.
A twofer of a video for Everthing Now tracks "Put Your Money On Me" and "We Don't Deserve Love." The "Money" side is a bit more fun, featuring a cameo by Toni Collette as the corporate exec who lures the band into crass commercialization — perhaps as a means to pull off a casino heist? — but the lonesome "Love" side might prove to be more resonant in the long run.
"Freaky Friday" indeed goes for the "body swap," but there's humor a'plenty as Lil Dicky enjoys life as a balling r&b star, and Chris Brown learns what it's like to be the less popular and much less endowed Lil Dicky, before things go really crazy with some next level cameos.
The song might sound ABBA, but the lyrics and the video make it seem like we shouldn't get too accustomed to our instant-gratification culture, especially if the future is as barren and dire as it looks in this video.
Take the movie Drive. Replace movie heartthrob Ryan Gosling with music video heartthrob Daniel Schienert — aka 1/2 of directing duo Daniels — and lose all the violence so that you can fit in way more sexiness. The result is the very short film Boy Racers, which doubles as both a kinda/sorta Metronomy video and a cautionary tale about self-manipulating men in self-driving cars.
Zooey Deschanel is dancing with an invisible man. M. Ward is playing with invisible instruments. Together they make a haunting sound that's captured in a practically perfect video that deserves a place on the mantle next to "Chandelier" as one the Best of the Year.
The Cycle is especially evident here on the frontier — from father to son and childhood to death and remembrance to escape and practice to perfect— all of it magical and important, so hopefully you don't need to be reminded too often to appreciate it all.
Therapy? Mediation? Hell no. If you want to work out serious issues, there's no better place than an '80s trash TV talk show. SNL's Vanessa Bayer puts on her biggest smile as host, letting the girls of Haim and special guest A$AP Ferg work out isses that range from (cotton) ball phobia to mime festishism.