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Röyksopp & Robyn Debut ‘Do It Again’ Video

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Röyksopp and Robyn are currently trekking around the world, promoting their joint EP. A group of friends and I checked out their show in Seattle last month for my birthday SLASH Seattle Pride. It was fantastic! Given their busy schedule, the video for “Do It Again” just debuted, despite the single surfacing months ago.

Shot in Mexico, the clip tells the story of desire, ecstasy and forbidden love during an impending revolution. The black and white clip was directed by award-winning Danish filmmaker Martin de Thuran. Read below what Röyksopp and Robyn told Digital Daze about their new visual.

Svein Berge from Röyksopp adds “I feel that the video in a clever way manages to emphasize one of the main themes of the song – doing something that might be considered morally wrong, and yet going through with it, fully aware of the consequences and potential repercussions. Some of these actions are driven by choice – others by necessity.” Robyn concurs, saying, “I´m pleased that, for me, the video stirs up a feeling of chaos which is what we talked about quite a bit when we wrote ‘Do It Again.’ Life takes you to a critical point and even though it might not make you happy, when it´s over, you want to go back.” Adds Röyksopp’s Torbjørn Brundtland, “Being there on these locations, the crew, the actors and the locals made it an unforgettable experience. Oh, and yes, in a good way, I might add.”

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After releasing teasers and preview pics, Paris Hilton finally unveiled the official music video for “Come Alive.” Ever wonder what goes on in that pretty little blond head of hers? Wonder no more. The 33-year-old heiress invites her fans to take a peak into her magical world filled with unicorns, rainbows, flowers and cotton candy clouds. Here’s what Hilton said about the Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip.

“It’s all about love and how it makes you feel alive. So when I was coming up with the concept for the music video, I wanted it to be something that was very magical, ethereal, just very fantasy like, that’s why I wanted to have a unicorn in it because I just think they’re such beautiful, magical creatures,” – Paris Hilton told E!

“Come Alive” serves as the latest single off Hilton’s upcoming sophomore album, which is scheduled for release later this year via Young Money Records. Watch Paris channel her inner Victoria’s Secret Angel below complete with feathery wings and *gasp* bangs. Be prepared for a sparkly affair. For me, it’s a poor man’s mashup of Rihanna’s “Only Girl In The World” and Katy Perry’s “California Gurls.”

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Things on the Anne Hathaway front have been relatively quiet lately. Wonder what the Academy Award-winning actress has been up to? It appears donning drag and pretending to be a musician.

Hathaway, along with Brie Larson and Kristen Stewart star in Jenny Lewis’ “Just One Of The Guys” music video. The three wear white suits before taking on bro personas in track suits and baseball caps. The Beck-produced single is off Lewis’ forthcoming studio album Voyager. Give the video a look below.

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The Ting Tings burst on the scene with their be wicked debut, We Started Nothing back in 2008. That album spawned numerous hits including “”That’s Not My Name,”"Great DJ” and “Shut Up And Let Me Go.” The English band returned a couple years later but with a less successful effort even though scoring a moderate hit with “Hands.” They’re back and better than ever with the lead cut off their forthcoming third studio album, Super Critical.

Ditching their indie rock pop vibe, the Ting Tings have opted for a more commercial disco sound. The dance funk “Wrong Club” is sensational. I immediately loved it after hearing it once. For the accompanying visual, frontwoman Katie White dances solo in an abandoned warehouse in Paris with spotlights flashing around her. The Lisa Paclet-directed video is very reminiscent of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend” video. Check out the video below.

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30 years after Weird Al Yankovic released his smash “Eat It” parodying Michael Jackson’s “Beat It,” the 54-year-old entertainer is still poking fun at some of the music industry’s biggest hits. His latest gem spoofs Pharrell Williams‘ infectious “Happy.”

Yankovic pulls out an assortment of tastefully tasteless fashions for the “Tacky” music video which premiered at the Nerdist.com earlier today. Joining him, wearing all the mismatched wardrobe ensembles are Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black.

Filming took place at the historic Palace Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, the same space that was used as Julianne Moore’s apartment in The Big Lebowski. Check out the video below.

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Alex & Sierra Debut Scarecrow Music Video

In: Donovan, Music
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The US version of The X Factor didn’t have a very lengthy run but it did give us Fifth Harmony and Alex & Sierra. And for that Simon Cowell… I’m thankful. Love both these acts. On the heels of 5H debuting their saucy “Bo$$” clip earlier this week, their fellow X Factor alums drop their very own video.

Scarecrow” is the lead cut off the duo’s forthcoming debut album which includes tracks written by One Direction’s Harry Styles and John Legend. The lead single is a pop-folk gem tailor-made for A&S. The accompanying visual is as adorable and cute as the couple themselves. The rooftop garden where they meet up at the end is gorgeous. Check out the Phillip Andelman-directed clip below.

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Fifth Harmony Sex It Up For ‘B0$$’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music
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Had any doubts that Fifth Harmony was shedding their teeny booper image? The “Bo$$” music video should convince you that they’re full grown now. Gone is Camilla’s signature bow and instead, lots of bare legs and plenty of more revealing clothing.

The ladies show their ‘boss-ness’ while executing fierce chair choreography, sashaying on the catwalk, and plenty of hair flipping. There’s even some strip arm wrestling going on. Yup, you read that right.

Based on the glossy video directed by Fatima Robinson, it looks like EPIC is behind 5H 100 percent. Hopefully, they don’t mishandle them and give them all the promotion to make them a huge success. Love these girls. Check out the clip below.

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Anyone with any sort of notoriety has felt the sting of Internet trolls. The more popular you are, the more online haters you’re bound to have. Lily Allen certainly knows how that feels like. Controversy surrounded her “Hard Out Here” video when she premiered it, with some accusing her of being racist. Naturally, that incident inspired her to write “URL Badman.”

“I wrote that after I put out the video for ‘Hard Out Here’ and everyone said I was racist,” she said. “I was really alarmed by that reaction. I stand by that video, and I know what my intention was, and I’m sorry that people interpreted it in a different way. A lot of that negative stuff came from females and the feminist blogger scene. What really pissed me off was the misogynistic, hipster, male bloggers that went after me in a completely different way. And I just thought, ‘Fuck you, I’m going to write a song about you.’”

She takes on these “keyboard warriors” that can’t spell in “URL Badman” off her Sheezus album. The video, directed by The Sacred Egg, shows the 29-year-old English musician singing in the background as she calls out her virtual enemies. The narrative is simple but quite powerful and sadly true. Check out the clip below.

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