New music videos of the week: "Alejandro," Eminem, Vengaboys
Tuesday 08 June 2010
Recently premiered videos include Lady Gaga's latest video event "Alejandro," Eminem's "Not Afraid," and a new offering from 1990s Eurodance act Vengaboys. Broken Bells, Diana Vickers, and Paramore are also among artists with new clips out this week.
3OH!3 featuring Ke$ha: "My First Kiss"
3OH!3 (Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte) is set to release Streets Of Gold on July 19. The album's first single, "My First Kiss," marks the second time the duo has collaborated with pop star Ke$ha ("Blah Blah Blah" was the first).
Broken Bells: "The Ghost Inside"
Broken Bells is the indie-rock project of Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse) and James Mercer of The Shins. The video for "The Ghost Inside," off the duo's self-titled debut album, features Christina Hendricks from hit American TV show Mad Men.
Diana Vickers: "The Boy Who Murdered Love"
The pastel-hued video is for the second single from Songs From The Tainted Cherry Tree, the debut album by new UK it-girl Diana Vickers.
Eminem: "Not Afraid"
The first single, and video, off Eminem's long-awaited album Recovery, due out June 22.
Lady Gaga: "Alejandro"
Lady Gaga's much-anticipated video for latest single "Alejandro," is directed by fashion photographer Steven Klein, best known for his work with Madonna.
Mystery Jets: "Dreaming of Another World"
The English quintet is about to release its third album, Serotonin, which will include "Dreaming Of Another World."
Neon Indian: "Sleep Paralysist"
Neon Indian is the chillwave project of American musician Alan Palomo, who releases his track "Sleep Paralysist" in March.
New Pornographers: "The Crash Years"
The Canadian supergroup is back with a second clip from Together, following the release of a video for "Your Hands (Together)" just a few weeks ago.
A clip for the Hayley Williams-fronted band's latest single, which is from the group's 2009 third album Brand New Eyes.
Vengaboys with Perez Hilton: "Rocket to Uranus"
The Eurodance pop group has released its first new music since 2001, a single featuring singer-songwriter Pete Burns and American celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, who co-wrote the song. The accompanying clip is enabled for a 3D experience.
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