Though it’s been a hot minute since a picture made released their latest record Heal on Gooodspeeed Records, the four Kansas and Missouri bred rockers continue to deliver delight from that particular release. Today, we bring you the music video for their single “Music is Love”. Beginning with the brilliant northern lights, the visual is comprised of a gorgeous variety of video clips that further prove the point of each individual lyric. Individuals playing piano, moshing at a big rock concert, holding hands, etc. As with light, there is dark and at the 1:44 mark, things get a little violent with riot footage. But a picture made further drives the point of the song title afterward, ending the video on a beautiful and encouraging note.
Tedy may have a more evolved sound than most — he originates from Haiti, but has lived in many places and is now taking North America by storm — but his grit and intensity is so relatable, that there is no fixed genre and even more room for music fans of all types to find themselves in his work. He just released the video for his single “Stuck”, and we’re enthralled.
A video that is every bit as dramatic as the music that inspired it, Tedy makes strobe lights and mental breakdowns seem poetic. But, after all, when it involves love, doesn’t that make it even more tragically beautiful? Though the visual is a little difficult to watch at times — we all know it’s fiction, but that doesn’t make us want to hug him any less — we are big fans of the impact it has at first watch.
You’re into mid century modern decor, correct? I mean, aren’t we all? Especially after Marie Kondo helped us clear out our closets last year, and Bobby Berk started re-designing them! Well, imagine what you love about that style. The simplicity, the boldness, the beauty. This is what experiencing Cayley Thomas‘ music is like. Her vocals are delicate, yet wide-ranging, the emotion put into her work most palpable. “Midnight Hours” is no exception, and the music video is just as luxurious as our decor dreams. An emptiness is felt, encouraged by the vocals but entirely detectable in the video, yet it is alongside a beauty we cannot shake.
Take a moment to appreciate a gorgeous voice and a captivating music video below.
KP Wolfe introduced herself to the world this week as a vocal powerhouse with the music video for her single “Take Back The Ring”. Grit pours from her lips as she energetically sings about heartbreak. The video itself is pure drama, shot in low light gorgeousness. Equal parts attitude and natural beauty, the song itself is highly relatable. The next breakup anthem, perhaps?
We’ll be belting out “Take Back The Ring” for the rest of the day.
Life has dark corners and crevices that aren’t always easy to navigate. But — with a sense of empathy and open-mindedness to the darkness and the people around you — it can be incredibly rewarding. Up-and-coming pop/R&B extraordinaire Bravo effortlessly displays this in the new music video for single “Skyfall”. The song itself is smooth and assuring, while the visual provides an interesting and relatable peek into Bravo’s own escape into music. The video is inspirational, sobering yet beautiful, and exactly what we need in as we venture into these cold, dark months.
Hey ladies and gents and everything in between! It’s time to unleash the best new music video releases of November 2019, slowly but surely. We wanted to get these out a little earlier than usual because — though this time of year is usually the slow down season in the music industry — people are revving up their game and releasing far more material than we could have ever hoped for at this juncture in time. So we’re cherry picking our favorites and adding them here every single day. Check back throughout the month for more visuals you will absolutely adore!
Any particular favorite new video releases you think we should add to our roundup? Comment on Facebook and we’ll check it out!