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BANKS Debuts Moody ‘Brains’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

I absolutely adore BANKS. Her “Waiting Game” track has been on constant repeat since first hearing it at last year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. It was also featured in one of the lingerie brand’s commercials. The American singer-songwriter just debuted the follow-up video.

Director Barnaby Roper (Kanye West) delivers a flawlessly-shot clip which perfectly complements the emotional and moody track. BANKS looks stunningly gorgeous and is primed to be the music industry’s next ‘it’ girl. I can’t wait to see what the 25-year-old singer has in store for us when her album drops later this year. Check out her “Brain” video below.

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DWV Takes A Gaycation In New Video

In: Donovan, Music, Totally GAY!

With Spring finally springing in my neck of the woods, I’m ready for a sunny vacation. It’s time to pull out my sunnies and Summer wardrobe from storage.

One sunny destination that definitely comes to mind is Florida, especially after watching DWV’s latest video. The trio of Detox, Willam and Vicky Vox head over to Island House in Key West for some gay fun in the sun. Clearly the gay establishment put up the ladies on the house. The music video serves more as a promotional clip for the resort than anything else. Check out “Gaycation” below which draws inspiration from the Go-Go’s classic 1982 hit “Vacation.” Love that track.

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Whether intentional or not, the similarities between Lily Allen’s latest visual and Alanis Morisette’s “Ironic” clip is undeniable. Just like Alanis’ classic clip, Allen’s “Our Time” music video features four distinctive versions of herself riding in a vehicle. The biggest difference in the clips is the fact Lily interacts with her alter egos more than Alanis did. From a drunken make-out session to an altercation, Allen gets handsy with herself. #girlsnightout. My personal favorite is when the Brit dresses up as a giant hotdog.

Unlike the 28-year-old’s “Hard Out Here” clip which threw massive shade at Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus and Rihanna, I’d like to think “Our Time” is more of an homage to Morisette. One thing is certain for sure. Allen previously reveled her upcoming album Sheezus is an homage to Kanye West. Sheezus hits stores on May 5. Check out her latest vid below.

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Foster The People Go Acoustic For Fire Escape

In: Donovan, Music

For their sophomore album, Supermodel hitting stores next week, Foster The People is wisely taking a different musical approach. They’d be fools not to. However, no matter how hard they try, I fear they’ll never live up to the success of their breakthrough single, “Pumped Up Kicks.” Don’t you think?

With their new single “Fire Escape,” the band has taken an acoustic lullaby direction. The somber track shows a maturity in their songwriting skills. It’s a perfectly sweet offering. Frontman Mark Foster takes the reins and is the only one to appear in the clip, leaving his bandmates behind. Check out the visual below.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor burst onto the international scene with her dance smash “Murder On The Dancefloor” back in 2001. Since then, she’s scored a few other hits mostly in her native UK. Earlier this year, the 34-year-old songbird released her fifth studio album titled Wanderlust which she funded herself. Good thing for her the album debuted at No. 4 on the UK album chart. It’s her highest-charting since her debut LP.

The lead cut “Young Blood” broke the Top 40 on the UK charts and I predict her latest will do even better. “Runaway Daydreamer” picks up the tempo somewhat from “Young Blood.” Ellis-Bextor looks absolutely stunning in the Sophie Muller-directed visual. Check it out below.

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Broods Release ‘Never Gonna Change’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

I first wrote about Broods back in January as part of our Rising Artist Spotlight. The brother-sister act comprised of Caleb and Georgia Nott are primed to take over North America like their fellow Kiwi, Lorde. They recently signed with Capitol and Polydor Records. A debut EP was released on January 28 and a full-length album is scheduled for August.

The duo recently premiered a visual for “Never Gonna Change.” I thought for sure a clip for “Bridges” which cracked the Top 10 in New Zealand would be their first video. That track has a really cool chamber vibe to it. I digress. While I would’ve loved to see the Notts starring in “Never Gonna Change,” the clip is thoroughly captivating. Even though I really have no idea what’s going on. I appreciate an attempt at a plot, but it’s a tad confusingly abstract for my taste. Check it out below.

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Director X sure is one busy dude today. Not only does he have one music video debuting, but two. First there was Iggy Azalea’s Clueless-inspired “Fancy” visual and now this colorful pink concoction. It’s like a 100 flamingos exploded everywhere.

Calling All Hearts” is a fun dance track featuring an all-star lineup. DJ Cassidy who’s deejayed celebrity parties for Oprah Winfrey, Naomi Campbell, Diddy and countless others, enlisted Nile Rodgers, Earth, Wind & Fire, Robin Thicke and Jessie J. for this retro-tinged single. It’s off his debut LP Paradise Royale scheduled for May. Check out the fun clip below.

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Without fail, Iggy Azalea always comes up with completely enthralling music videos. Whether it’s her Bollywood-inspired “Bounce” clip or Showgirls-esque “Change Your Life,” the Aussie rapper never disappoints. Her latest visual is currently my everything. Azalea for the win once again.

The 23-year-old Aussie teams up with British singer Charli XCX to pay homage to one of the best teen movies of all-time, Clueless. Iggy, decked out in yellow tartan, takes on Alicia Silverstone’s Cher while Charli channels Brittany Murphy’s Tai.

In the span of just three minutes, Iggy skillfully incorporates some of the movie’s most iconic moments in her “Fancy” video. From the tennis courts to the hilarious driving scene, nothing is missed. Except now, Cher scrolls through her outfits via iPad instead of an outdated computer. Check out this wicked nod to 90s nostalgia below courtesy of Director X. It’s a must for any Clueless fan.

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