Videos by Canadian rapper Drake, Detroit hip hop duo Insane Clown Posse, and Australian hard rock band Wolfmother all premiered this week, as did clips by Denver indie band The Apples in Stero and the LA noise rockers of Health.
"Over" is the lead single from Drake's debut album Thank Me Later, which is now expected out in June. In the clip, the Toronto rapper sits alone in a bedroom or hotel room while various fast-moving images flash by.
The Apples in Stereo: "Dance Floor"
Denver indie band The Apples in Stereo is signed to Simian Records, the label owned by actor Elijah Wood. The video for "Dance Floor," from the album Travellers in Space and Time (release date April 20) features Wood as the head of a middle school science department.
Wolfmother: "Far Away"
"Far Away" is the fourth single off the Australian hard rock band's 2009 album Cosmic Egg. The band filmed the clip in Centennial Park and Maroubra Beach in Sydney, Australia.
Insane Clown Posse: "Miracles"
This clip by Detroit undergroundhip hop sensation Insane Clown Posse follows the song's lyrics, depicting the pyramids, the Golden Gate Bridge, and outer space among its scenes. "Miracles" is off the duo's album Bang! Pow! Boom!.
Health: "We Are Water"
Los Angeles noise rock band Health, which toured with Nine Inch Nails in 2008, released a video for "We Are Water," from its 2009 album Get Color. This is a gory, violent, horror-filled clip directed by Eric Wareheim (Depeche Mode "Hole to Feed," MGMT "The Youth").