10 New Music Video Releases to Watch

Sonic visuals.

For a visual perspective to enhance and amplify your music experience, here are 10 recommended new music video releases to watch and listen to.


Mustafa – “Stay Alive”

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.


Orville Peck – “No Glory in the West”

Fashion icon and country music disrupter Orville Peck’s latest video is a cinematic journey with Johnny Cash vibes.


Matt Berninger – “Serpentine Prison”

The National’s Matt Berninger’s iconic voice drawls over this moody black-and-white behind-the-scenes video.


Rhye – “Beautiful”

Toronto born Michael Milosh—known on the stage as Rhye—directed these summertime vibe visuals to his song “Beautiful” (while staying socially distant).


ROSALÍA & Travis Scott – “TKN”

Spanish singer ROSALÍA and American rapper Travis Scott join forces in this high-energy, dance-focused music video.


Land of Talk – “Diaphanous”

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.


James Vincent McMorrow – “Headlights”

The Irish singer-songwriter embraces the chaos and uncertainty of quarantine in this homemade video for his latest song “Headlights,” filmed while in isolation.


KAYTRANADA – Need It ft. Masego

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.


Bruno Major – “Old Soul”

Partly filmed on Super 8 film, Bruno Major’s video for “Old Soul” bridges nostalgia with the energy of live performances.


The Pack A.D. – “Give Up”

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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