Video: Carly Rae Jepsen‘s “The Loneliest Time (feat. Rufus Wainwright)
Why You Want to Watch: You can’t go wrong when you add Rufus Wainwright to anything. Carly Rae Jepsen got him to sing with her on “The Loneliest Time” and to star in the video with her. The Broadway musical-inspired & ’70s video features shiny silver everywhere, platform shoes, a singing Moon, and fancy dancing. The performance was directed by cinematographer Brantley Gutierrez, who has worked with a variety of artists such as Paul McCartney and Diplo. Click on the link above or the screen shot to check it out.

Rufus Wainwright & Carly Rae Jepsen in “The Loneliest Time”


Artist: Genevieve Stokes
Video: “Habits”
Why You Want to Watch: Stokes said the video was “inspired by Alice in Wonderland and the idea of falling down the rabbit hole.” I can get behind that! I love everything about this video: the animal masks, Stokes herself, the party they all have. Special praise for director of photography Justin Kaminuma, who made a really cool hazy atmosphere. Click on the above link or the photo to watch the video & Happy Halloween!

Genevieve Stokes in Habits

Video: White Lies‘ “Trouble In America”
Why You Want to Watch: Bassist and songwriter of White Lies directed the video for the band’s latest single, “Trouble in America.” Along with collections of videos from, I believe American ’50s and maybe ’60s, Cave puts singer/guitarist Harry McVeigh in what’s maybe a coffin? a bed? for a rather mind-bending film.