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Music Video Roundup

Posted by Steph Mangan  October 11, 2013 03:37 PM

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Everyone and their cousin released new music videos this week, but the following are a few that stood out the most.
Too see what videos were included in last week's roundup, click here.

First up is the new video from Cut Copy, their first video in three years. They brought in that shirtless vampire guy to rule over the cult of Adidas sweatsuits wearing minions in the video for “Free Your Mind”.


I know it seems like Bastille just released their debut album Bad Blood, but they are already gearing up to re-release it as part of an extended edition. The two part All This Bad Blood will be out November 25th and the first single is a 90’s throwback to Corona’s “The Rhythm of the Night”. I kind of wish Dan and his beautiful hair made an appearance in the haunting video for "Of The Night”, but we can’t always get what we want.


Do you remember when Kate Nash released a Buffy The Vampire Slayer themed music video for Fri-end? last October? You can watch it here if you somehow missed this gem of a video. I will gladly admit to having watched it a few dozens times. But now there is yet another video for Fri-end? starring five different, brightly colored Kates. The British songstress will be at the House of Blues on November 8th in support of her album "Girl Talk" and her forthcoming EP (out Oct. 22).


And last up is Cults. They had released a sleek, black and white teaser video for their High Road last week, but the full version is now available for your viewing pleasure. Their album “Static” is available October 15th and the duo is at The Sinclair on the 22nd.


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