There isn’t anything quite like playing catch up after a long week. Now that Christmas is just around the corner and everything is getting just that little bit more frantic, we can’t blame you if you miss some of the new releases in music in the past week. Luckily, we’ve put together a round up of the music videos you absolutely can’t miss this week.
Don Broco – T-Shirt Song
Don Broco‘s ‘T-Shirt Song’ was named Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World when it was released last month. Now that it’s had time to set, the band have unveiled their brand new music video to go along with it. Having recently taken the stage at Alexandra Palace, the video shows footage of the band playing to 10,000 fans at the venue.
Hollywood Undead – Black Cadillac
Taken off of their album FIVE, Hollywood Undead‘s new track ‘Black Cadillac’ features B-Real from Cypress Hill. “We haven’t done a straight up hip-hop song like this in a while so this one made sense and we got B-Real on it who we all grew up listening to. It was an honor to have him participate,” shares J-Dog. Check out the video of it right here.
Queen Kwong – Love Me To Death
Talented multi-instrumentalist Carré Callaway, who goes by the name Queen Kwong, has a new album that’s due to drop February 23rd of next year. Titled Love Me To Death, the first look at the forthcoming release comes in the form of the track of the same name.
Black Foxxes – Sæla
If you’re excited for Black Foxxes‘ new record Reiði, which comes out next March, then their latest track ‘Sæla’ will definitely help in ramping up that excitement. Following the release, the band will be heading out on an extensive tour across the UK and mainland Europe, a great chance to catch some of the new material in a live setting.
Machine Head – Catharsis
In he lead up to the release of their anticipated ninth studio album, Machine Head have revealed the music video for the record’s title track ‘Catharsis’. Of the track and its accompanying video, frontman Robb Flynn explains: “Catharsis was a tricky concept to translate to a visual. How do you express somebody’s catharsis? Frasier, the director brought up the Butoh Dance concept and it tied in so well into the idea of what catharsis could be. And man, when the Butoh dancers began performing for the video… we were blown away, their expressions were so pained, almost horrifying and yet very sad. It was extremely moving.”