Stone Sour's "Red Rose Violent Blue"

Stone Sour makes it rain at the infamous Cheetahs Strip Club, with the help of Director Ryan Valdez for the song titled "Red Rose Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I)".

Imagine Drag Race with Steel Panther serving you bourbon and you're halfway there. Bottoms up boys!

King Krule gets morbid!

Brother Willis takes King Krule's rabid fanbase to Lynchian levels in his much anticipated comeback video for "Dum Surfer". 

Greasy sweaty and morbid, just how we like it!

Miguel Sky Walker by Director X

Miguel lives every day like it's his birthday with a little help from Director X, the cosmos, and some beautiful friends.

Wrabels ode to the LGBTQ community directed by Dano

Dano Cerny and Wrabel collaborated together on this beautiful video for "The Village", the story of a high school trans student (August Aiden), stifled by his family and peers. 

August decides to let his bright soul shine and to come out, despite the pressure and general non-understanding from his community and family.

Grab a tissue and prepare for some emotions.

Bea Miller by Miles and AJ

Bea Miller finds some freedom — both from her heartbreak and her seatbelt — on a ghostly late night drive through DTLA.

Mama knows best in Fool by Adam Willis

Oedipus wrecks in Brother Willis’ riotous new video "Fool" for Fitz and the Tantrums. 

Starring Mama’s Boy Alan McLeod and General Hospital’s Carolyn Hennesy as the most gangsta mother on the block. 

Unpredictable by Marc Klasfeld

Anyone for tennis? Marc Klasfeld serves up an ace. Olly Murs video inspired by the 1970s Battle of the Sexes matches. Wimbledon has a lot to live up to this year...

Ardyn by Jack Barraclough

Jack Barraclough and Greatcoat Films helped brother-sister duo Ardyn find their own utopia by recreating the experimental works of '60s radical architecture collective Ant Farm. You don't see enough of this on Escape To The Country...

Trentemøller f Warpaint's Jenny Lee by Co.Lab

Justin Tyler Close from Co.Lab directed Trentemøller and Warpaint's Jenny Lee in the latest video for "Hands Down", proving that MTV2 and shows like 120 Minutes, never really went away.

Who says you can never go back?