Best Music Videos Of 2016: Kaytranada, 'Lite Spots' This feel-good video follows a day in the life of Kaytranada and a robot friend he builds in his garage.
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Best Music Videos Of 2016

Kaytranada, 'Lite Spots'

Kaytranada makes feel-good music, pure and simple: It's hard not to bob your head the moment the beat kicks in. That feeling carries over to Martin C. Pariseau's music video for "Lite Spots," which follows a day in the life of Kaytranada and a robot friend he builds in his garage. We watch as the duo travels the streets of Los Angeles, encountering all sorts of people who love to dance along the way. One can't help but crack a smile as the bond between Kaytranada and his robot grows throughout the day. This is a video that doesn't attempt to take itself seriously, but that's OK: Sometimes it's nice to have a friendly reminder to enjoy the little things in life.

Directed by Martin C. Pariseau.

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