Tender and beautiful stop-motion music video for “Joy” by Iron & Wine, from their fantastic latest album Ghost On Ghost.
“Bohemian Rhapsody in Blue” – breathtaking rendition by Argentine singer-songwriter Federico Aubele, from the album Berlin 13.
Indie legends They Might Be Giants follow up on their 2009 science education music videos with “Alphabet of Nations,” created by Pentagram and featuring crowdsourced drawings by children from the countries featured.
Same Love, a beautiful short film and song by Seattle-based artist Macklemore and Ryan Lewis enlists hip-hop – a genre notorious for its homophobic language – in the support of marriage equality.
Each note from the instruments is represented by a geometric shape in the animation; while these shapes move in sync with the song, they also form the parts that create the subway itself.
Dynamics of the subway, a music video. Complement with Alexander Chen’s musical subway map.
Delightfully weird and wonderful new video for David Byrne and St. Vincent’s “Who.” Their new album, Love This Giant, is out this week and a must-have.
To make your day, a brilliantly produced, wildly colorful video for David Wax Museum’s “Harder Before It Gets Easier,” which took 3 days of makeup application/removal.
Monday escapism hardly gets better than this: Official video for Beirut’s title track from their excellent 2011 album The Rip Tide. Wait for the real whimsy to unfold at 2:50.
Wishing you a happy National Library Week with this delightful music video for Rufus Wainwright’s “Out of the Game,” the title track of his excellent new album, starring Helena Bonham Carter as a librarian.
And don’t forget to celebrate with this lovely vintage PSA for National Library Week, 1961.