Dano Cerny for Bishop Briggs

Dano Cerny drums up a subtly ingenious video for Bishop Briggs, drawing a fierce visceral performance from her along the way. Gather 'round and strike up the band! 

Sam Smith by Director Luke Monaghan

Sam Smith and Luke Monaghan reunite, this time for a heartfelt reminder of love lost. Possible side effects include texting your ex that you miss them. Disclaimer: Las Bandas does not take responsibility for drunken texts within the next 24-48 hours!

CNCO and Little Mix by Marc Klasfeld

Marc Klasfeld turns up the heat under two supergroups - CNCO and Little Mix - and the results are el fuego! Over 2 million hits already and climbing...

1,2,3 Play! Marmozets by Millicent Hailes

From rap to rock, Millicent Hailes continues her hot streak through various genres. Next up to play, Britain's mighty Marmozets who practically pulled her off a flight back to LA for their comeback single.


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.