Wild Child – Think it Over (Official Music Video)

Austin, Texas natives Wild Child released their latest album Expectations a few weeks back, and the indie folk pop septet have shared the hilarious, retro-dance party music video for “Think It Over”. Featuring the ’80s dance party host “Shelby Donahue” played by co-lead singer Alexander Beggins, “Think It Over” has the band in a hilarious retro video as couples try to find love on the dance floor. Check out the video below, and head to their website to grab a copy of Expectations and for more information on their upcoming tour. As well, hear the…

S. Carey – More I See (Official Music Video)

(If you like: Bon Iver, Dan Mangan, Husky) Wisconsin singer-songwriter S. Carey is releasing his upcoming album Hundred Acres on February 23rd, and the Bon Iver musician has shared his latest music video and single from the release. “More I See” is a charming and soft indie folk song that aims to capture the Midwestern warmth, and does so with the help of the visual accompaniment. Shot in rural Wisconsin, the music video “is about this idea that no matter who or what you are, if you’re in need of help it…

Bonobo – No Reason ft. Nick Murphy (Official Music Video)

Electronic artist Bonobo took over the new releases last Friday with his sixth studio album Migration. From the release comes the lead single “No Reason” and its visual accompaniment. Featuring longtime friend and collaborator Nick Murphy (f.k.a. Chet Faker), “No Reason” is a powerful, yet familiar folktronica track that has the density of a true Bonobo hit, but with the light touch of Murphy’s vocals. Capturing the song’s creative heart, the music video takes the listener on a visual trip. Directed by Oscar Hudson, the video’s strange characteristics are rooted in themes of…

Dune Rats – Scott Green (Official Music Video)

Australian stoner-rock trio Dune Rats are releasing their sophomore album The Kids Will Know It’s Bullshit on February 3rd, and from the record, the rambunctious band have shared the lead single “Scott Green” through a wild, interactive music video. The music video takes the viewer on an adventure through a criss-crossing house party as you choose your own direction and drugs. Revolving around the song’s hook, the band need your help to solve the mystery of “who’s Scott Green”. Director Mac De Souza explains: “The concept is the band are heading to a…

Jim James – Here in Spirit (Official Music Video)

My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James released his sophomore solo album Eternally Even just a few weeks back, and the psychedelic record was sprinkled with political and social conversation. Released around the time of the American election, Eternally Even is a timely record, as racism and discrimination seem to be surfacing more and more. Lead single and one of the most captivating songs on the records, “Here In Spirit” aims to motivate not only the discussion and thought that goes into combatting hate and discrimination, but the action required. Displaying examples of people stepping up…

PUP – Sleep in the Heat (Official Music Video)

It’s been a wild and prosperous year for Toronto punk rockers PUP. Their sophomore album The Dream is Over combined with their extensive touring has maintained the band’s place as a fan favourite. From the release comes the single “Sleep in the Heat”, a song about an unusual, yet unforgettable friend for frontman Stephan Babcock, “[It’s] a song about my chameleon Norman, who passed away while we were writing this record”.  Directed by Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux, the new music video expands on the idea of losing a friend – no matter how many legs it…

The Uh-Huhs – Wrong Young Lady (Official Music Video)

Little Rock, Arkansas is home to the lo-fi indie garage rock act The Uh Huhs, a group of four friends channelling the fuzzy energy of garage rock and punk, as they create songs about what they know best: “being young and dumb and confused by love, sex, and stuff like that”. Their latest single “Wrong Young Lady” captures the surf-rock dynamic with their own punchy style, as they bring up their young-dumb-confused-by-love habits. Between the catchy hooks, toe-tapping, head-banging rhythms, and smooth-meets-growl vocals, The Uh Huhs put the worries behind them as best…

DNCE – Body Moves (Official Music Video)

After their delicious funk-pop single “Cake By the Ocean” took the world by storm last summer (and counting), DNCE are gearing up to release their debut full-length this fall on November 18th. Their 2015 SWAAY EP took over the radio and internet with the handful of hits last year, and their upcoming self-titled LP should be no different. From the new release is the seductive pop track “Body Moves” and its equally steamy video. With frontman Joe Jonas at the helm, the new music video combines professional shots with playful handheld snippets of…

Arkells – My Heart’s Always Yours (Official Music Video)

Since releasing their fourth album Morning Report a few months back, Hamilton indie rock all-stars Arkells have been busy touring and promoting the record. From the release is the throwback-lovesong “My Heart’s Always Yours”. The slow-burning, ’80s-esque tune needed to find the right fit for the music video. The band turned to Alyssa Pankiw of the interactive media production company The Young Astronauts, as frontman Max Kerman explains: “Making a video for a romantic song is hard. If you’re not careful it’ll quickly turn in to the trailer for A Walk to Remember. We loved Ally’s previous work, and…

Matt Gresham – Survive on Love (Official Music Video)

Berlin-based, Australian-raised singer-songwriter Matt Gresham only has a handful of tracks in his professional repertoire; nevertheless, his sound and passion reach well beyond. Starting as an acoustic musician, Gresham made the move to L.A. a few years back to hone his skills and now has signed with Warner Music Germany for his upcoming EP. Although the release date has yet to be announced, the young musician has shared his new music video for the lead single “Survive on Love”. “Survive on Love” is a glowing pop tune, rounded out by his soft vocals…