Video Of The Week: Eminem – River Feat. Ed Sheeran

Eminem has shared a video for River.

The track, which features Ed Sheeran, is cut from the Detroit rapper’s most recent album, ‘Revival’, which was released in December and also boasts appearances by Beyoncé, Phresher, Alicia Keys, X Ambassadors, Skylar Grey, Kehlani and P!nk.

Eminem has announced he will take over Twickenham Stadium in London on July 14 and 15, as part of his Revival tour. Tickets are on sale now.

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Video Of The Week: Paramore – Rose-Colored Boy

Paramore have shared a video for Rose-Colored Boy.

The track features on the band’s fifth album, ‘After Laughter’, which arrived in spring 2017. The video, meanwhile, is directed by Warren Fu and arrives ahead of the band’s first headline Australian shows in over four years. Tickets are on sale now.

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Video Of The Week: Andrew WK – Ever Again

Andrew WK has shared a video for his new track Ever Again.

The track is the second single to be shared from his upcoming album, ‘You’re Not Alone’, which is due out on March 2 via Red Music/Sony Music. Describing the song, Andrew said:

“A fantasy in which I imagine what it would be like to actually know the meaning of life – an ecstatic nightmare in which I’ve returned from the brink of annihilation, having clawed the ultimate insight from out of its hiding spot, and am finally able to solve the riddle of existence while I cry out in triumphant elation.

“The desire to possess this total internalized clarity – not only knowing what life really means, but actually feeling the truth from the inside out – is a mirage for the mind, but a reality for the heart. But coming from a place of confusion and despair, perhaps simply having faith in the possibility of ‘the answer to everything’ is enough to see us through those frequent moments of painful disorientation.

“I’m not singing from the perspective of someone who has found this ultimate-answer-to-everything, but as someone who’s dreaming about how incredible it would feel if I had.

“And in a mysterious and strangely uplifting way, it seems that a belief in the possibility of an absolute truth gives us access to something quintessential and crucial for our own survival – it connects us with a part of ourselves that’s both primal and divine – an empowering, enlightening, and energizing force of unyielding and overwhelming feeling.

“A feeling that transcends emotion. A feeling that overwhelms all thought and language. A feeling that can’t be understood, but can only be deeply and joyously experienced. And thus, celebrated in worshipful glee. Partying is born.”

In celebration of ‘You’re Not Alone’, Andrew WK will tour North America and the UK this spring. Tickets are on sale now.

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Video Of The Week: U2 – Get Out Of Your Own Way

U2 have released a video for Get Out Of Your Own Way.

The track features on the band’s latest album, ‘Songs Of Experience’, which arrived last year. The video, meanwhile, was “shot entirely analogue, using paper cut and stop motion animation” and directed by the Broken Fingaz Crew, who said:

“The video addresses the current political situation: 2017 for us was the year fascists worldwide felt confident enough to raise their heads again, encouraged by Trump and other world leaders, who use people’s fear to build more walls and segregation. 

“The song is both a personal letter and a clarion cry to the global situation, and in the same way, we’ve combined our psychedelic pop style with political imagery; shot entirely analogue, using paper cut and stop motion animation techniques in collaboration with Adam Albo, who edited the video.”

U2 will bring the eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour to the UK and Europe this autumn. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on January 26.

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Video Of The Week: Taylor Swift – End Game

Taylor Swift has released a video for End Game.

The track, which boasts appearances from Ed Sheeran and Future, features on the pop giant’s new album, ‘Reputation’, which was released in November. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Joseph Kahn.

Swift will support the album with the Reputation Stadium Tour, which hits the UK and Ireland in June. Click here to compare and buy Machine Head Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

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Video Of The Week: Justin Timberlake – Filthy

Justin Timberlake has returned with his new single, Filthy.

The track is the first to be shared from the pop giant’s upcoming new album, ‘Man Of The Woods’, which is set to arrive on February 2. Timberlake will follow up the record’s release with his performance at the Super Bowl halftime show on February 4.

The video, meanwhile, was directed by Mark Romanek. Following it, three more videos from three different directors will arrive weekly from January 18.

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Video Of The Week: Shakin’ Stevens – Merry Christmas Everyone

As we wind down for the festive break, here’s the 1985 Christmas chart-topping classic, Merry Christmas Everyone by Shakin’ Stevens.

In time for Christmas 2015, Shaky released a revamped version of the song, which featured elements of folk and bluegrass music, as a charity single in collaboration with The Salvation Army.

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Video Of The Week: Machine Head – Catharsis

Machine Head have unveiled a video for the title track of their upcoming ninth studio album, ‘Catharsis’.

The follow up to 2014’s ‘Bloodstone & Diamonds’ is due out on January 26 through Nuclear Blast and will also get a limited edition release which will include a 21-track DVD. Speaking about the video, frontman Robb Flyn said:

“Catharsis was a tricky concept to translate to a visual.  How do you express somebody’s catharsis?  Frazier [Bradshaw], the director brought up the Butoh Dance concept and it tied in so well into the idea of what catharsis could be.  And man, when the Butoh dancers began performing for the video… we were blown away, their expressions were so pained, almost horrifying and yet very sad.  It was extremely moving.

“I tell ya what man… we love making videos now!  There used to be a bunch of rules around what you could and couldn’t do in a music video.  Most of it was a boring performance, with us ‘pretending’ to play and sing the song, but now it’s like making a crazy whacked-out movie.  You can get weird and strange and have a blast.  We are super proud of how well this video tuned out!!”

The Bay Area metallers will support the record with the Catharsis World Tour, which will head to the UK in May. Click here to compare and buy Machine Head Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

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Video Of The Week: The Darkness – Happiness

The Darkness have unveiled a video for their new single, Happiness.

The track is lifted from the rockers’ fifth studio album, ‘Pinewood Smile’, which was released in October. Speaking about the track, vocalist Justin Hawkins said:

“Happiness is about seeing only the golden sand and overlooking the broken glass. Hearing the waves crash and filtering out the grotesque cries of mating gulls. Smelling the distant odour of fresh chips and ignoring the stench of nearby dog shit. Happiness is a choice. Choose The Darkness.”

The band are currently on tour in the UK, with dates left in Guildford, Margate, Southend, Birmingham, London, Brighton, Cardiff and Bristol. Tickets are on sale now.

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Video Of The Week: OK Go – Obsession

OK Go have shared an innovative video for Obsession.

The song is cut from their latest album, ‘Hungry Ghosts’, which arrived in February 2015.

The band collaborated with paper company Double A to create the visuals, which were filmed over five days and feature stop-motion imagery, choreography and 567 printers.

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