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Quilt's 'Padova' Is A Conversation With Loved Ones Lost

Quilt's music is a comforting blanket and this video 'Padova' is filled with melancholy and humor.

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The Madness Behind Making The Lucius Video, 'Gone Insane'

The visually twisted video took more than 20,000 photos and a week to shoot.

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Watch Anthony D'Amato Get Punched In The Face, Over And Over

A new video from the Brooklyn-based singer follows a man on his disastrous morning commute.

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First Watch: The Avett Brothers, 'Ain't No Man'

An airport terminal is the stage for a joyful singalong in The Avett Brothers' latest foot-stomper.

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First Watch: Gregory Alan Isokov, "Liars"

Stunning imagery and a symphony of sound make this video a poignant musical statement.

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Sturgill Simpson Sings A Surreal Lullaby In 'Breakers Roar'

Watch a heartbreaking, dreamlike video for the outsider-country singer's new song.

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Ought's New Video Captures The Beauty And Boredom Of The Everyday

A dancer holds a mirror to the rooms and hallways where our plainest, loneliest experiences occur.

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First Watch: Rob Baird, 'Wrong Side Of The River' Trilogy

Rob Baird's classic American stories come alive in a trilogy of music videos.

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First Watch: Adult Jazz, 'Earrings Off!'

The Leeds-based band is back with another surreal pop song that examines gender identity.

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Video: Horse Lords' Hypnotic 'Truthers' Will Blast Your Noodle

The band makes body music influenced by desert blues, krautrock, jazz and the band Television.