Music Videos That Are A Treat Of Their Own
Music videos play a big role in promoting the song. It adds to the lyrics, theme, and beauty of a song. The videos can be humorous, sad, mysterious, happy and even dark sometimes. Some can be a visual treat! Here are such videos that will actually surprise you. Whatever thoughts you have on the band or the song, we can guarantee that you will not be bored while watching these music videos.
Comical Treat: Earfquake | Tyler, The Creator
Tyler Gregory Okonma, officially known as Tyler, the Creator released his song Earfquake a few days back. Tyler wrote the song with Justin Bieber and Rihanna in his mind but things did not go as he planned. Both the singers rejected the song so he ended up working on Earfquake with Charlie Wilson and Playboi Carti. The music video features Tracee Elis Ross and it definitely is one-of-a-kind video. The song has more than 19 million streams on Spotify.
Visual Treat: Non-Believer | London Grammar
London Grammar is an English indie-pop band. which was formed in 2009. During the decade, they have released some amazing tracks like Nightcall and Hey Now. The song, Non-Believer, was released in 2017 and it showcases the versatility of the song and the video as compared to their previous ones.
Goosebumps: All Directions | Son Lux
Son Lux is an American experimental band. Their music is experimental and so are the videos. As a matter of fact, you cannot listen to the audios alone once you see the official music videos. Every video has a message and it speaks volumes of creativity. Few of them literally give you goosebumps. (I remember showing this one to my Executive Editor a few months back and she couldn’t stop screaming). The video stars Tom Cullen, a British actor, and Tatiana Maslany, a Canadian actress. Song and the video both have a deep message. Pay close attention to this one:
Deep: Without The Lights | Elliot Moss
Elliot Moss is a New York-based artist. At such a young age he has outdone himself with his solo titled Without The Lights. People interpret the video differently; some think it is about domestic abuse while some believe it is an inner fight with the darkness, depression, and anxiety. It is pure art and truly touches your soul. The song itself is very intense and the video amplifies the intensity by tenfold. (Warning: The song may contain sensitive content)