For a visual perspective to enhance and amplify your music experience, here are 10 recommended new music video releases to watch and listen to.
Toronto native Mustafa (also known as Mustafa the Poet across the internet) delivers a beautifully sung and poetically captured ode to the city and its youth.
Fashion icon and country music disrupter Orville Peck’s latest video is a cinematic journey with Johnny Cash vibes.
The National’s Matt Berninger’s iconic voice drawls over this moody black-and-white behind-the-scenes video.
Toronto born Michael Milosh—known on the stage as Rhye—directed these summertime vibe visuals to his song “Beautiful” (while staying socially distant).
Spanish singer ROSALÍA and American rapper Travis Scott join forces in this high-energy, dance-focused music video.
Montreal-based indie folk band Land of Talk’s latest video for their song “Diaphanous” is a one-angle experimental project that effectively balances simplicity and creativity.
The Irish singer-songwriter embraces the chaos and uncertainty of quarantine in this homemade video for his latest song “Headlights,” filmed while in isolation.
Haitian-Canadian DJ Kaytranada’s video for “Need It” is a vibe in itself; the energetic, beat-heavy song plays over visuals filmed under the moody blue light of a nightclub.
Partly filmed on Super 8 film, Bruno Major’s video for “Old Soul” bridges nostalgia with the energy of live performances.
Filmed in Vancouver during isolation, the Pack A.D. ‘s latest video for “Give Up” captures the isolation and emptiness of the city to an indie-rock soundtrack.
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