New music videos just released include a suburban teen drama filmed by director Spike Jonze for Arcade Fire's title track from The Suburbs and a trippy dance video by indie artist Sufjan Stevens. Also, Black Eyed Peas unveil a clip for the first single from their upcoming album.
My Chemical Romance: "Sing"
New Jersey rock group My Chemical Romance released a new clip for the track "Sing" from their new album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. Similar to the video for the album's first single, "Na Na Na," this clip features a Mad Max-inspired battle between punk rockers and masked villains.
Sufjan Stevens: "Too Much"
US indie singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens released a psychedelic clip for his track "Too Much" from album The Age of Adz, released on October 12.
Arcade Fire: "The Suburbs"
Director Spike Jonze shot this short film about suburban teens in Austin, Texas, for Canadian rock band Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs."
Black Eyed Peas: "The Time (Dirty Bit)"
American hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas dropped a video for the first single from their upcoming and sixth studio album, The Beginning. The track, "The Time (The Dirty Bit)," samples the 1987 single "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from the film Dirty Dancing.