Jonas Brothers retake their thrones as pop royalty with this lavish comeback video, shot at the famed English country estate Hatfield House with their real life better halves Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas all sharing in the opulent spotlight.
A video that captures the chaos of our time, starting with online clips of racism, violence and other awfulness, and then transitioning to middle-section with audio of Mike Tyson, and then a defiant dance performance.
Pharrell Williams resurrects his groundbreaking group N.E.R.D. with this collabo with Rihanna, who makes a hair razing (see what I did there?) cameo at the beginning before we follow our newly shorn dancer on a popping routine.
Imagine our national anthem was Bastille's new single "Oblivion" and you were tasked with singing it prior to a demolition derby. Tough gig, right? Well, not if you're Sophie Turner, who has been through way more precarious situations as Sansa Stark on Game Of Thrones.
Despite the lack of a log lady, this video takes some unexpected twists as director Austin Peters goes a bit meta: What looks like a fairly stock performance video with trendy VHS camcorder touches, random outlaw b-roll characters, and even some "hey, we're making a video" behind-the-scenes stills becomes something else entirely when those random folks storm the set, kidnaps Bastille singer Dan Smith and decide to make their own damn video.