New this week, Coldplay gets festive with a new Christmas song while Bruce Springsteen goes retro in a clip featuring footage from the 1970s. Meanwhile, Cee-Lo Green pines for his exes in his video for "It's Ok."
Coldplay: "Christmas Lights"
British rockers Coldplay dropped their own version of a Christmas song - equal parts sullen ballad and triumphant anthem - on December 1 and just released a new clip to accompany it, featuring scenes from the South Bank of the River Thames in London.
Bruce Springsteen: "Ain't Good Enough for You"
American music legend Bruce Springsteen dropped a new video for "Ain't Good Enough for You," from his just-release double-disc album and six-disc set The Promise. The video, featured exclusively on Billboard.com, was produced and edited by Thom Zimny and features a circa mid-70s Springsteen having a good time in his studio.
Cee-Lo Green: "It's Ok"
American recording star Cee-Lo Green sports a pin-striped suit and bow-tie while waxing nostalgic for ex-girlfriends in his clip for "It's Ok" from his new album The Lady Killer.
The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger: "Schroedinger's Cat"
Musician and John Lennon/Yoko Ono son Sean Lennon and his model/girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl have formed a new duo and released a clip for their track "Schroedinger's Cat," featuring the two dressed as Che Guevara and Joan of Arc.
Tame Impala: "Expectation"
Australian rockers Tame Impala stay true to fuzzed-out psychedelic form in their new clip for "Expectation" from the 2010 LP Innerspeaker.
Wonderland: "Not a Love Song"
New Irish/British girl-band Wonderland, formed by Louis Walsh and Westlife bandmember Kian Egan, released a video for their debut single, "Not a Love Song," set to release January 2011.