New music videos of the week: Radiohead, Britney Spears, Kanye West
Wednesday 23 February 2011
Radiohead's Thom Yorke flaunts some original dance moves while Britney Spears dons a bejeweled wedding gown in new videos this week. Also Kanye West delivers another clip from his hit LP
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
Radiohead: "Lotus Flower"
Brit rock band Radiohead dropped a black-and-white video of the single "Lotus Flower," which features lead singer Thom Yorke coiffed with a bowler hat, dancing and miming alone. The track is included on the band's just released eighth album, The King of Limbs.
Kanye West: "All of the Lights" feat. Rihanna, Kid Cudi
Rihanna and Kid Cudi make cameo appearances in Kanye West's new clip for "All of the Lights," from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The song also includes vocals from the likes of Fergie, La Roux, and Ryan Leslie.
Britney Spears: "Hold It Against Me"
US pop princess Britney Spears released a much-hyped, high-gloss clip for "Hold It Against Me," featuring some new dance moves, a giant wedding dress, product placements, and a bizarre sequence where Spears has a knock-down drag-out fight with herself.
Sixx: A.M.: "Lies of the Beautiful People"
Sonic dramatics reign supreme in a new video by rocker Nikki Sixx's band Sixx: A.M. for the single "Lies of the Beautiful People," the title track from the band's new album, due out on May 3.
Gold Panda: "Marriage"
UK electronic producer Gold Panda released a new clip for "Marriage," from 2010's Lucky Shiner.
Star Slinger: "Mornin"
Up-and-coming UK producer Star Slinger dropped a groovy new clip this week for the track "Mornin'."
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