Posted On November 26, 2014 By In Music, Music Musings

10 Music Videos To Watch This Week


MTV might have taken the music out of television, but an accompanying visual to a song can enhance and express the artist’s vision. Here are ten music videos to watch this week:


1. Budapest – George Ezra

Listen to the song before watching the video, and see if the real George Ezra looks like the George Ezra of your imagination.




2. I’m Not The Only One – Sam Smith

Glee’s Dianna Agron and The Mindy Project’s Chris Messina star in this heartbreaking video from the balladeer.




3. Beggin’ For Thread – Banks

Because black and white is always better.




 4. Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran

It’s impossible to listen to this song and not imagine your first dance at your wedding. The video makes it even harder. Ed Sheeran is by no means a dancer, but he’s flawless in this fluid video.




 5. Happy – C2C

Try to not be happy while watching to this gospel-inspired, dance-heavy video.




6. Man On Fire – Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

“I’m a man on fire, walking through your street, with one guitar, and two dancing feet.”




 7. 7/11 – Beyonce

Beyonce released this homemade style video on her website, and it makes anyone want to spent a day in a hotel suite with Queen Bey. Look for Blue’s cameo.




 8. Reflections – MisterWives

Although it was on an annoying Hulu commercial that played at seemingly every commercial break, the New York-based group put together a fun music video for their catchy song.




 9. Salt – Bad Suns

This narrative video is an emotional journey, chronicling the path to find identity.




 10. Harlem – New Politics

While the song may have been a big hit from the Danish band a few years ago, the video is worth watching on repeat. New Politics’ frontman David Boyd shows off his dance moves throughout New York City, shakin’ it like a bad girl up in Harlem.



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Liz Morse is a 22-year-old post-grad who wants people to stop asking her what she's going to do with her English degree. She loves coffee, New York, the Oxford comma, and cliches. Liz is allergic to cold temperatures, dogs, and irony, but actively loves all three. After getting a job, Liz's next goal in life is to bring back the scrunchie.