10 videos you need in your life this week
Your guide to the videos we can't stop watching. Come in.
FKA twigs – Cellophane
FKA twigs is back with a new breathtaking track called Cellophane, accompanied by a clip directed by Andrew Thomas Huang (Björk’s collaborator) in which twigs shows everything she has learned in the art of pole dancing, moving sinuously in front of her monsters.
She climbs on that pole like an ivy while we hang on to that thread of her voice, so delicate and vulnerable that it seems to be about to break and instead is as thin and resistant as a cellophane film and keeps us for the whole song wrapped into a dense cloud of synths, strings and wonder.
Cuco – Hydrocodone
“Hydrocodone is a music video dedicated to the memory of our past and future selves. It’s an abstract journey through a young man’s memories before and after a big accident“.
Hey Cuco, you’ll be fine.
Kevin Abstract – Peach
Kevin Abstract is on fire. After he released two EPs and two videos in two weeks, he also drops a new clip for the track Peach that features contributions from two other Brockhampton members, Bearface and Joba, both of them singing in falsetto and enjoying life in LA with Kevin.
Loyle Carner – Angel ft. Tom Misch
Loyle Carner and Tom Misch are together on a Portuguese adventure, eating pasta and cycling like Elio and Oliver in Call Me By Your Name. Definitely the best match in music.
Divino Niño – Maria
The Chicago’s band dropped a dreamy single Maria ahead of its upcoming record Foam, due out June 21. The clip is inspired by the Mexican telenovelas and we just can’t stop watching.
Jackie Cohen – Chico Chico
Dancing in a supermarket parking lot has never been so fun.
SIRUP – Pool
I still don’t know very well who, how and why but he is SIRUP and his first album Feel Good is out on May 29th. Now don’t ask yourself too many questions and push play above.
Goldwash – You Don’t Wanna Feed the Fire Anymore
Dedicated to all fans of dreamy melodies, lo-fi sounds and Mac DeMarco. He is Goldwash and will soon be a star.
IAMDDB – Urban Jazz
From the hotel, to the soundcheck, to the backstage, to the live. In this video put up in 24 hours you can follow IAMDDB in every move before a concert, through a series of scenes mainly in black and white with which the artist declares she wants to express “the vulnerability it takes to make timeless music“.
Mark Ronson – Late Night Feelings ft. Lykke Li
Did anyone say Friday?