Mariah Carey karaoke? Ice cream? Ping pong? Katy Perry has you covered this summer.
She’s cast herself in the alternate universe Zeta Phi Beta, here named the Electro Phi Betas, and spends the whole video dancing at one house party.
For the surprisingly existential music video, director Remy Cayuela rolls out a cast of characters indulging in various pyschosexual fantasies, including infantilism and bondage.
New Jersey rockers the Gaslight Anthem don’t shy away from the creepy in their new music video.
Rise Against has never been afraid to use a music video to make a political statement.
For “Come Get It Bae,” we get a message from the women’s movement: the personal is political.
With their “Oblivion” video, the members of Bastille have done the smartest thing possible to rouse up press: they cast a “Game of Thrones” star as the stand-in for the band.
Ice Cube is taking his study of the booty into the laboratory.
The clip finds Gervais and a comely model companion taking a late-night road trip out into the desert for a bonfire party.
Why release one video when you can release three? In support of his forthcoming record, No Genre 2, the Atlanta rapper has done just that.
Of course, Robyn dances with abandon to underline the show of passion the video aims to depict.
Vic Mensa’s new video for “Feel That” begins with his lament that he’s not having any fun.
Things go terribly wrong in the New Pornographers latest video. But, it’s only fitting as the song is titled “War On the East Coast.”