SUNfiltered music videos

Here’s your weekly music video round up hyped around the Internet.

1. If I may say so, this entry is starting off strong. If you don’t believe me, just take a look at this first video, “You Came Out” from UK group We Have Band. Directed by David Wilson this was created from 4,816 still images!

Care Bears on Fire Video from Orange Dot on Vimeo.

2. With an “Alice in Wonderland” atmosphere, this video directed by Adria Petty is a gorgeous music video for Anjulie’s “Boom.” In an interview she explains, “I wrote it about someone I had a huge crush on and I wanted to express that moment when you hear their name or they walk into a room and your heart just drops into you chest.” Sigh, we’ve all been there, haven’t we? Except for robots, because robots have no feelings.

Anjulie | Boom from Concord Music Group on Vimeo.

3. Weird Al’s latest song “Craigslist” pokes fun of everyone’s favorite online 24-7 bazaar with a decidedly Doors vibe, whose keyboardist Ray Manzarek incidentally contributed to this song.

4. Netizens were mos’ definitely excited about this recent killer live performance by Mos Def on Late Show with David Letterman of his single “Ghost Dog.”

5. And lastly for your daily psychedelia, check out this music video for the Mink Chicks catchy song “Hot on Your Heels” made by Special Problems, a New Zealand creative studio.

Mint Chicks – Hot on Your Heels from Ruban Nielson on Vimeo.