Earlier this day, while i was looking on some of my favorite alternative bands, I came to realize that i was not only looking for my purpose to listen but amazed on their music videos. As Music is always been the best source of inspiration, we may find ourselves looking on a different perspective and it’s always been useful to make a break.
In this post i present to you some of inspiring music videos that could hit your interests. While many of them are well-known, some of them are funny and bizarre. But most of it are perfectly suited for the music. You’ll just have to watch it at least to decide and get the idea behind them.
Strawberry Swing is the fifth single from British Indie band called Coldplay. The video was directed by the creative/animation team Shynola, and it features a superhero version of Coldplay singer Chris Martin doing battle with a killer squirrel in a chalk board world.
Despite the criticisms this video received from several music review sites and communities, the drama of Katy Perry’s E.T. has became so fabulous when she tries to be on space this time. They say this is a ripped from other of Katy’s rival like Lady Gaga and Ke$ha, but we say this one is amazing. Well, we all have different perspective. But there’s a part of the video that remind us of Evanescence.
The video begins with an abandoned house, where Adele is sitting on a stool singing. During the video, the scenes shows thousands of glasses filled with water that vibrate to the beat of a drum, a mysterious person dancing in a room with white flour and dust, the drummer playing the drums behind the stairs, plates being thrown and breaking on the wall in front of the staircase, and finally, a white model of a city which is set on fire by fireworks at the end of the song.
Vikings are pretty awesome in general, but I’d say these are just about the best vikings ever. These freaking vikings are both cool and strange. But it doesn’t make them less sympathetic. And they can play both on drums and guitars pretty well.
Well this isn’t the official music video of the song The Pot by Tool, but yeah it’s good none the less. This song was released as the second single from their fourth album 10,000 Days.
Actually, this song is about a dancing milk carton. However, its adventures are funny, cute, but with a pleasing streak of cruelty. The milk-carton protagonist even has its own fan site. Directed by Hammer & Tongs. Here’s a little excerpt of the story:
The video tells the story of an animated milk carton as he goes in search of Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, who has apparently run away from home. Milk cartons are sometimes used (especially in the US) to help seek missing persons, and Coxon’s (fictional) family have had his face and a plea printed on cartons.
You can find the rest of the story on Coffee and TV Wikipedia page.
A day in the life of an average working Jill, broken down into its minutest component parts. The unstated joke: mankind has erected immense, resource-devouring systems of almost incomprehensible complexity just so you can sit in your cubicle.