A number of new music videos have been released in the last couple of weeks. We won’t embed all of them here but provide links so that you can check them out if you haven’t seen them already. These four artists don’t need an introduction.
“Kiss You Inside Out” by Hedley
The Hedley boys currently have the biggest Canuck hit in the country, and I suppose the song of the summer. In focus is a car crash. Yes, this is what happens when one engages in chest-shaving activities while driving in order to show off thoracic tattoos. No worries, though, the head-on collision elicits activities of the romantic kind.
“Good Time” by Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City
Camping—the event that involves forest-cooked meals, mosquito bites, and roughing it in a tent (er, in this case a cabin) with an outhouse in close proximity. As long as the trip doesn’t take place in black-fly infested northern Ontario, it should provide a good time. This tune is Carly Rae Jepsen’s 5th hit to date. Her “Call Me Maybe” has broken Lady Gaga’s record, remaining at #1 in the USA for seven straight weeks.
“Nobody Does It Like You” by Shawn Desman
The Des is featured singing into quite a few microphones. Can you count how many? No wonder he sports shades in the vid, as the glare from the sun reflecting off all those mics must be blinding. The song is up to #65 on Billboard this week.
“Spirit Indestructible” by Nelly Furtado
The scenery in Nelly’s latest video, title track off her forthcoming album, may look familiar to some of you. That’s because she filmed it in Vancouver with some snow-capped mountain terrain, beach footage, and bonfire scenes. When she makes it to the grass, though, she vanishes into thin air. The summer in Vancouver has been so cold, I think she opted to go camping with Carly in New York.
Which video is your favourite?