Tune In: A Music Video Roundup

If your music video game has been weak lately, let us catch you up with some of our favorite recently released visuals with DIY feels.

Shannon And The Clams – “The Bog”

Oakland weirdo rockers Shannon And The Clams  attempted to bring the Apeman to life in this lo-fi reenactment of what goes down in “The Bog,” off of Gone by the Dawn.

Policías y Ladrones – “Ni Triste, Ni Contento”

Take notes on this straight-up DIY effort from these Tijuana lo-fi punk rockers. Policías y Ladrones reject emotion in the bedroom quality visuals for “Ni Triste, Ni Contento,” complete with painted-on tear drops and a plush cat.

Justus Proffit – “Saturday”

“Saturday” manifests itself as a 90s influenced garage jam about people and things off of his latest EP Magic. One listen in, and we have the feeling Colleen Green and Justus Proffit would be really good friends. Proffit stands against a wall while colorful and random images play over him, including a classic scene from A Clockwork Orange.

Winter – “Pretender”

Winter documented their hangouts from tour last year after dropping Supreme Blue Dream on Lolipop Records. As is everything Winter does, it’s incredibly sweet, fun and dreamy.

The Donkeys – “Hurt Somebody”

Watch clips of cats boxing, out of shape men wrestling, and women wrangling each other in their undergarments while San Diego indie rockers The Donkeys lay down sweet melodies for their new single “Hurt Somebody.” Might sound strange, but trust us, it all comes together.

Bleached – “Keep On Keepin’ On”

Watch Bleached realize there is someone stalking them and then try to run away. Literally. Running slow motion in the dark never looked radder. “Keep on Keepin’ On” will be out in their upcoming record, Welcome the Worms.