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Creep featuring Romy Madley Croft of The xx – Days
Director: Warren Fischer
The plain reason why I was jumping around on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Creep first surfaced with an introductory video, coincidentally called “Intro” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j26TrnsHt2I), which featured a whole lot of swirling hair. Both females in the group ae named Lauren, one member is actually Lauren Flax, who had collaborated with Sia on her international hit, You’ve Changed, making it a dancefloor sensation.
The female vocalist of The xx was roped in for this debut release from Creep, giving the song a futuristic, space-y feel. The xx fans, go mad now. I say, NOW.
Ellie Goulding – Your Song (Elton John cover)
Album: Bright Lights
A classic from a legend in front and behind the grand piano gets covered by one of the most vulnerable sounding pop vocalists around. May not be anywhere near the original (I have reached that stage in life, where originals go way deeper than covers), but it is still an honourable effort from this young songstress. This is already touted as a UK Singles Chart Christmas #1 contender, with it being over a month away from the holly festive season.
Keri Hilson – Pretty Girl Rock
Album: No Boys Allowed
Director: Joseph Kahn
Another one for the ladies, another song for empowerment.
I believe Keri Hilson has truly found her own style with this first single release off her upcoming album, though, ironically, she is seen here in this video portraying various icons of the past. See if you can distinguish the original from the imitations.
Lykke Li – Get Some
Director: Johan Söderberg
We are all prostitutes.