Coldplay has released a new video for their single “Up&Up”, and unlike the goofy dance party video for “Adventure of a Lifetime” starring CGI silverback gorillas, this one is actually really cool. Seriously, this is some gorgeous surrealist filmmaking.
Some of the imagery is a little trippy, but it’s one of the more artistic and gripping videos to the Coldplay catalogue. Take four minutes, and enjoy the video that works perfectly for a song off an album called Head Full of Dreams. Discuss
Justin Timberlake has released the official video for new single “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” and let’s be honest here, it’s a lot of fun. The concept is really just a bunch of random people dancing down grocery store aisles, beside hotel pools, in front of auto garages, in diners and other everyday locations, but it works.
Despite the brief troll cameo (yes, the song was written for a new animated movie about troll dolls), the simple video captures the energy that “Happy” did a few years ago: Sure, it’s a little cheesy, but it’s pretty hard not to sing along. Discuss
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The new sing-along-style song is the first single off their long-awaited new album True Sadness. The new record, which is being produced by frequent Avett collaborator Rick Rubin, releases on June 24. Earlier this week, the bassist Bob Crawford explained to Consequence of Sound why they chose the song as the first single.
I feel like “Ain’t No Man” kind of, there is a higher level to it, I’m trying to avoid the word religion and spiritual but there is something about finding your place in the universe, or being able to put your finger on where you sit in this life, whatever your religion is or your worldview is. I feel like if you take the catalog of songs that we have from 2001 to the past 15 years, there is this, this song is almost like the star on top of the tree in a way.
Seriously, no one will blame you if you randomly start weeping.
Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick, stars of the November release DreamWorks "Trolls" movie, melted hearts with their cover rendition of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday. Yes, the movie is about troll dolls (we’re serious), but it's already inspired two genuinely great songs (here's the other).
The duet will be on the movie's soundtrack, which will be released in September. Now excuse us, our allergies are acting up or something, and we need to get some tissues. Seriously, who's chopping onions in here? Discuss