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Start your weekend right with the best new videos of the week! Amidst the overflowing amount of Drake and VIEWS news flooding your feeds right now, check out our five non-Drizzy related picks below.
Fall in love in slow motion with Malaysian singer Yuna’s latest ballad, “Crush.” Off her upcoming record Chapters, the track is about “two people realizing they’re made for each other for the first time,” she said in a press release. Teaming up with R&B king Usher, the ethereal video captures the exact moment a pair of young lovers fall for each other.
Starring PLL‘s own Lucy Hale, the video for Foy Vance’s romantic song showcases the stunningly beautiful actress in black and white. If you weren’t already in love with Lucy Hale, you will be by the end of this video. Consider yourself warned. “She Burns” will appear on Foy Vance’s upcoming debut The Wild Swan.
As Blink-182’s first track since the departure of Tom DeLonge last year, “Bored To Death” will transport you right back to the late ’90s. The track will appear on their upcoming album California, which they already have a North American tour planned for.
Following her infectious single “Ex’s & Oh’s,” 26-year-old Elle King gives us the rebellious, banjo-infused “America’s Sweetheart.” Glorifying her chipped tooth and bad tattoos in the lyrics, the video takes us inside a retro roller arena where King performs among a group of skaters having the time of their lives.
Calgary five-piece Braids return with a four-track EP of songs they wrote during the recording of their third studio album Deep in the Iris, released last year. They released the title track today along with the video. Frontwoman Rphaelle Standell-Preston serenades her twin in a gorgeous desert setting in the video. Watch it below!