New music videos of the week: Miley Cyrus, Linkin Park, Duffy
Tuesday 12 October 2010
US teenage pop star Miley Cyrus causes a stir in her racy new video for "Who Owns My Heart." Also this week, new clips from Linkin Park, Duffy, Rye Rye, and Animal Collective's Avey Tare.
Miley Cyrus: "Who Owns My Heart"
Rattling parents all over the globe, this new music video depicts the 17-year-old Disney star in various stages of undress and writhing on a bed.
Katerina Graham: "Sassy"
US television series The Vampire Diaries actress Katerina Graham just released a new clip for her single "Sassy."
The Los Angeles all-female rock troupe Warpaint drops the first video for a track from its upcoming October 25 full-length release, The Fool.
Avey Tare: "Lucky 1"
Animal Collective's Avey Tare released a video for the first single, "Lucky 1," from his debut full-length solo project, Down There, set to drop October 26.
Linkin Park: "Waiting for the End"
It's man versus machine in a techy new clip for "Waiting for the End," from the band's hit album A Thousand Suns.
Rye Rye: "Sunshine" featuring M.I.A.
M.I.A. joins rapper Rye Rye on a sunny day in the 'hood for the official video for "Sunshine," from the upcoming Go! Pop! Bang!.
Sick Puppies: "Maybe"
Australian alternative rock band Sick Puppies drops a clip for the ballad "Maybe," from the album Tri-polar.
All That Remains: "Hold On"
US metalcore band reveals a new video for "Hold On," from its fifth album, For We Are Many, released on October 12.
La Roux: "In for the Kill"
English electropop duo La Roux created a new clip for the US version of its 2009 UK hit "In for the Kill," from the duo's self-titled debut album. (To see the original 2009 video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZ1Mi77nogQ.)
Duffy: "Well, Well, Well"
Welsh singer Duffy saunters in a black trench coat in a new clip for "Well, Well, Well," from her latest album, Endlessly.
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