Music Video of the Day: What Doesn’t Kill You by Jake Bugg (2013, dir by Andrew Douglas)


Today, we have a simple video for a pretty good song.  Of course, to say this video is simple is hardly a complaint.  The simplicity works wonderfully.

Check out the previous Jake Bugg video that I shared on this site by clicking here.

Enjoy!

Music Video of the Day: Time Is Running Out by Muse (2003, dir by John Hillcoat)


This video has kind of a nice Dr. Strangelove feel to it, which I like.  That said, it was released 15 years ago so hopefully, time is not still running out.  At the very least, let’s hope everyone was too busy dancing to launch any missiles.

It was directed by John Hillcoat, who would later direct films like Lawless, The Road, and The Proposition, along with an episode of Black Mirror.

Enjoy!

Music Video of the Day: You Make Me by Avicii (2013, dir by Sebastian Ringler)


I’ve spent the entire weekend listening to Avicii.  At some point, I know I’m going to listen to someone else but I’m just not ready to do so yet.

Anyway, this is a fun video.  As a general rule, the longer a video focuses on people skating, the better the video is going to be.  This one has dancing, fighting, and romance.  It’s got a bit of a Scott Pilgrim vs. The World feel to it.

Enjoy!

Music Video: Feeling Good by Avicii (2015, dir by ????)


Today’s video is for Avicii’s Feeling Good.  It’s a great video from a talent who was taken from us far too early.  I’ve been listening to Avicii nonstop ever since Friday afternoon and I imagine that I’ll continue to do so for many days to come.

Enjoy!

 

Music Video of the Day: Because I Got High (Positive Remix) by Afroman (2014, dir by Morgan Freed and Brian Schopfel)


This was kind of an obvious pick for today’s music video of the day.  It was either this or share the “faster!  faster!” clip from Reefer Madness again…

Enjoy!

Music Video of The Day: Mr. Brightside by the Killers (2004, dir by Sophie Muller)


Yesterday, in honor of Eric Roberts’s birthday, I shared the video for The Killers’s Miss Atomic Bomb.

Today, I’m sharing the video for Mr. Brightside, which is a bit of a prequel to Miss Atomic Bomb.  Eric Roberts and Izabella Miko are featured in both videos.  The shared theme of the two videos seems to be that Brandon Flowers simply cannot compete with Eric Roberts.

Enjoy!