The first video from Amy Winehouse's posthumous third album has hit the net.
The video for Our Day Will Come is touted as a tribute video to the late British soul singer, and is a medley of live footage, unused video clips and classic photos.
It's taken from the album Lioness: Hidden Treasures, out December 5.
Check out the video for Our Day Will Come:
Kill Bill seems to be a reference point for the new Naked and Famous video.
The No Way clip, directed by homegrown video crew Special Problems, features samurais smashing things with swords in slow motion.
It's the latest single from the band's great album Passive Me, Aggressive You, which recently won a swag of New Zealand Music Awards.
It also features a bride, just like Kill Bill - Quentin Tarantino's epic double feature that starred Uma Thurman as a jilted bride hell-bent on revenge.
Check out the video for No Way:
You have to feel sorry for CSS singer Lovefoxx.
In the new video for City Grrrl, the upbeat showgirl changes outfits constantly and holds the same pose throughout the colourful, seizure-inducing clip.
It's the latest single from the Brazilian band's third album La Liberacion.
Check out the video for City Grrrl:
British mope-rock band The Big Pink are back with a new single.
Hit the Ground (Superman) is from the acclaimed London-based band's second album, Future This, due out in January.
They say it's been inspired by hip-hop, and the big beats and Dr Dre-style piano loops suggest this is the case.
Check out the video for Hit the Ground (Superman):
Finally, No Light, No LIght is the brand spanking new clip from Florence and the Machine.
It features Florence Welch performing on top of a skyscraper, before falling off and attempting to escape some kind of voodoo magic chasing her.
Check out the clip for No Light, No Light:
- Herald online