WATCH: Churchill Debuts Sleek New Video For 'Change'

Denver-based quintet Churchill has released this week a new set of visuals for their soulful jam "Change" off the EP of the same name. Having quickly earned the attention of music lovers for their unique folk-rock blend of indie pop, this video only further cements their artistic ability. Bethany Kelly's lush voice remains front and center in the this very sleek retro-modern piece that sees all five members performing their addicting tune.

WATCH: First Look at Ashton Kutcher as Steve 'jOBS'

With new biopic jOBS—based on the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs—premiering this week at Sundance Film Festival, we now have the first clip from the film starring Ashton Kutcher. In the clip, Kutcher's Jobs and co-founder Steve Wozniak (played by Josh Gad) are discussing a new operating system created by the latter. Although only a minute long, it's certainly enough to pique interest in the film.

Justin Timberlake's '20/20 Experience' Releases March 19

Following a personal record-breaking week for Justin Timberlake, he released a lyric video on Thursday for his brand new hit single "Suit & Tie," featuring Jay-Z. The video, directed by Laban Pheidias, allows fans to watch JT get dressed in a classy set of black and white visuals. But there was a blink-and-you-miss-it moment towards the end of the video, revealing that Timberlake's album 20/20 Experience will release on March 19 via RCA Records.

WATCH: John Mayer Breaks 20-Month Vocal Silence at Benefit Show

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It's been nearly two years (20 months) since John Mayer last performed live publicly, but at a benefit show for firefighters in Montana on Wednesday, the multi-talented musician took the stage and sang for the first time since a very public battle granulomas on his vocal cords and two surgeries. Mayer had to scrap his entire tour last because of surgery, but he announced before performing that he has made significant progress.

WATCH: Sandy Hook Choir & Ingrid Michaelson Sing 'Over the Rainbow'

Children who survived last month's shooting rampage at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School have recorded a version of "Over the Rainbow" to raise money for charity.

Twenty-one children from Newtown, Conn., performed the song Tuesday with singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson on ABC's Good Morning America. Most of them are current and former students of the school, where 20 first-graders and six staff members were killed.

WATCH: No Doubt Makes Cameo on 'Portlandia'

After helping Jimmy Kimmel earlier in the week claim his new time slot, No Doubt made a brief appearance—albeit sans music—Friday night on IFC's Portlandia. The episode, titled "Nina's Birthday," centers around Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen's gender role-reversed couple Lance and Nina. For her birthday, Lance surprises Nina with a pair of horses and a hot air ballon cameo from Gwen, Tony, Adrian and Tom (aka No Doubt).

WATCH: Yeah Yeah Yeahs Reveal Two New Songs Live

As part of a series of hints that they are about to release a new album, Yeah Yeah Yeahs premiered two new songs at a Pamona, Calif., show. The career-spanning performance at the 800-capacity Glass House was a rare sighting of the band, which is preparing for an upcoming Australian tour.

WATCH: 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Asks Pedestrians About Fake Oscar Nominations

Jimmy Kimmel Live! made the move this week to 11:35 p.m. going head-to-head for the first time with Jay Leno and David Letterman, actually beating the latter in the ratings. With guests like Jennifer Aniston and Ryan Gosling, host Jimmy Kimmel had a great week. In the clip below, the show asks people on the street their opinion of this week's Oscar nominations—except the nominees they are given are all fake. Somehow they still have opinions to give...