The music video for "Safe and Sound" by Taylor Swift featuring The Civil Wars premiered tonight on MTV. The track is featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming and highly-anticipated film The Hunger Games.
A post on Feist's website offers some insight into her "The Bad in Each Other" video, which was partly shot in Mexico by Martin De Thurah and is the second video from her recent album, Metals.
"This video captures glimpses of something human, we get a peek inside something real between people -- could be loss, longing and love. A lot of things which is about being a human being ... It is told in a way where it opens up more aspects than it concludes.
"You could think about the video like a song or a poem, and different people will connect to different things -- and those connections might be different from time to time when they watch it."
Watch the video for "The Bad in Each Other" below.
Dia Frampton, runner-up from the first season of NBC's The Voice, has recently released her first single since appearing on the show. The song is called "The Broken Ones" and--besides showcasing the young songstress's vocal abilities, the lyrics are incredible. A beautiful, beautiful song! Her solo album, "Red," will be released next week and she'll soon be heading out on tour with Blake Shelton.
Lana del Rey just keeps surprising us. She debuted a new song this week while in Manchester and currently has the blogosphore abuzz. Take a few moments and watch her live performance of "China Doll" below. Note: It's mobile video quality.
We know her album doesn't drop for a couple months, but if Miss V V Brown isn't on your radar, she should be. You'll probably be hearing more from V V further into 2012, but for now, enjoy the video for her newest single, "Children."
Can it be the 6th of December already? We can hardly wait for the new album coming from The Black Keys. The guys released this preview last week and we thought it might fit in nicely with your Friday playlist. Are you as anxious as we are for the release of "El Camino?"