Cee-Lo Green, Kylie Minogue, and Big Boi have all released talked-about new clips this week. Also: new videos from B.o.B., Built to Spill, Röyksopp, and more.
Rick Astley: "Lights Out"
1980s British pop star Rick Astley is out with his first single in 17 years. The accompanying clip was shot at the Manchester Evening News Arena.
Big Boi: "You Ain't No DJ"
Off Sir Lucious Left Foot, "You Ain't No DJ" features beats by Andre 3000, Big Boi's Outkast partner. The video features Big Boi and Atlanta rapper Yelawolf, who contributes two verses to the track.
The video for Atlanta rapper B.o.B.'s hit single "Magic" is a dream-inspired clip featuring Rivers Cuomo of Weezer.
Built to Spill: "Hindsight"
American indie rock band Built to Spill premiered this video for a track off latest album There is No Enemy, due out October 6.
Cee-Lo Green: "Fuck You"
Soul singer Cee-Lo Green has released an official video for his new single "Fuck You," which became a viral hit when it was posted on You Tube.
"Helicopter" is off the Atlanta indie rock band's forthcoming album Halcyon Digest, set for release September 28. Once on the web page below, click on the screen once to see the accompanying video.
Kylie Minogue: "Get Outta My Way"
Kylie Minogue has released a new video for "Get Outta My Way," the second single from her chart-topping album Aphrodite, due for release September 27.
Marina and The Diamonds: "Shampain"
The Welsh singer-songwriter has released this video for the newest single off debut album The Family Jewels. The single is due out October 11.
Morning Benders: "All Day Day Light"
California indie rock band The Morning Benders has premiered a new clip for "All Day Day Light," a track from its latest album Big Echo.
Röyksopp: "The Drug"
Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp has premiered the music video for "The Drug," which is included on the band's forthcoming album Senior (due out September 13).
Sage Francis: "Love the Lie"
The latest video from hip-hop artist's Sage Francis's 2009 album LI(F)E was stop-motion-animated by Jim Foltice. The track itself was a musical collaboration with Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse.