Justin Bieber’s ‘At Least For Now’ Video Is an Epic Man Vs. Nature Battle

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Justin Bieber, «At Least For Now» (CHANGES: The Movement)

In case you haven’t noticed by now, there is a consistent «man in nature» vibe to a number of the videos from Justin Bieber‘s Changes album. And while most of them star JB himself frolicking or moping in the snowy outdoors, his latest clip for the ballad «At Least For Now» turns the screen over to dancer/choreographer Sean Lew, who relates an epic struggle of man vs. nature.

In the clip, Lew is seen atop a snowy mountaintop, where it becomes clear that he’s tied to a huge log as he pulls off an impressive routine while literally being restrained in the understated, but intense Nick DeMoura-directed clip.

«I’ m still in awe of how i’m a part of this series that are filled with some of the greatest movers and minds in the entire world,» Lew wrote on Instagram. «When i was called to do this song, i spent months trying to figure out a concept and story. me and nick literally went back and forth for weeks and it all came down to stripping it all down and going for something simplistic and meaningful.

«I personally spent hours and hours writing 14 different versions of a written narrative that would best fit this song. hearing this song, it all came down to his words and that was my guide to what i wanted to represent in this video. the feeling of almost getting what we desire for so long, the key to unlock our limitations. However, you realize that sometimes we have to hold back and just accept our restrictions because it’s what’s for the best at the moment. the whole world is dealing with one of the craziest challenges we’ve ever encountered, but i truly believe that we will get through this and we just have to accept the restraints that are being given upon us.»

With everyone locked down during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bieber has spent his home time with a new chat show, Live With Biebs. On Sunday he invited KehlaniLil Pump, Kendall Jenner and other pals over for an hour-long edition.

Watch the «At Least For Now» video below.

Louis Tomlinson Rocks Out in Flashy ‘Kill My Mind’ Video: Watchhttps://www.billboard.com/files/styles/1500x992_gallery/public/media/Louis-Tomlinson-may-4-2019-england-billboard-1548.jpg


The guy gets the girl, but how does it end?

Louis Tomlinson is all in on the rock thing in the video for his «Kill My Mind» single. The high-energy clip directed by the aptly named Charlie Lightening (Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher) that debuted on Friday morning (Sept. 13) finds Liam blazing through the uptempo track in a packed club in front of an enthusiastic audience that includes a particular blonde woman that the camera seems to love.

The live scenes are intercut with images of a man bombing down a country road on a motorcycle, leading one to believe that said road hog might be Louis and the woman might be his video love interest. But that’s where the plot twist comes in, as the man is revealed to be a buzz-cut rider excited to check out a Louis Tom show with his crush. As Tomlinson hypes the crowd with his Gallagher-esque stage moves on the song the former One Direction star co-wrote and co-produced with Jamie Hartman, the couple hop on the man’s bike and take off.

And that’s where the plot twist comes in. Watch the video below to see how it ends, and stick around after the surprise for a sneak preview of Tomlinson’s next chapter in the couple’s love story. «Kill My Mind» is the second song released to date from Tomlinson’s upcoming debut solo album, following the pop ballad «Two of Us.» The release date and title of the album has not yet been announced.

Watch «Kill My Mind.»


This article was originally published by: Billboard

Watch Lana Del Rey and the Weeknd’s New “Lust for Life” Video


They dance on top of the “H” of the Hollywood sign

Lana Del Rey has shared the new music video for her song “Lust for Life,” the title track from her upcoming new album that features the Weeknd. The video begins with Lana performing in a TV studio. She then breaks away to dance with the Weeknd on top of the “H” of the Hollywood sign (like the lyrics say). At the end, she slides off the Hollywood “D” and lands in a field. Watch it below. The singer-songwriter previously teased the video with a clip that was captioned, “If it ain’t xo then it gotta go.” Lust for Life still does not have an official release date; in addition to the title track, Lana has shared “Love” and its video, and confirmed tracks with Stevie Nicks and Sean Ono Lennon.Read our new interview with the director of Lana’s Lust for Life trailer.

Lana Del Rey & The Weeknd’s Majestic “Lust For Life” Arrives



The title track of Lana Del Rey’s upcoming 4th LP, Lust For Life, premiered today as MistaJam’s Hottest Record In The World on BBC Radio 1 and it’s breathtakingly ambitious. A duet with The Weeknd, the grandiose anthem is a throwback to the wall of sound production of the ’60s mixed with the lush, beautiful harmonies associated with acts like The Shangri-Las. Impressively, the dream-pop goddess doesn’t get lost in the mix. This is epic on every level, but lyrically, it’s quintessentially LDR.

“They say only the good die young, that just ain’t right cause we’re having too much fun,” The Weeknd sings on the gorgeous chorus, “Too much fun tonight.” That’s when Lana chimes in, “And a lust for life keeps us alive, keeps us alive.” Lana opened up about soaring track in her Q&A with Courtney Love for Dazed magazine, revealing that she consulted Max Martin for advice on the song. “I felt like it was a big song but… it wasn’t right.” So she flew to Sweden to play it for pop’s human hit-machine.

“He said that he felt really strongly that the best part was the verse and that he wanted to hear it more than once, so I should think about making it the chorus,” Lana confided. “So I went back to [producer] Rick Nowels’ place the next day and I was like, ‘Let’s try and make the verse the chorus,’ and we did, and it sounded perfect. That’s when I felt like I really wanted to hear [The Weeknd] sing the chorus… but then I was feeling like it was missing a little bit of the Shangri-Las element, so I went back for a fourth time and layered it up with harmonies.”

Apart from introducing her new song, Lana also gave BBC Radio 1 listeners a couple of tidbits about the album. Namely, that there’s an acoustic track called “Yosemite,” which she recorded in one take. She also named Sean Lennon collaboration, “Tomorrow Never Came,” as one of her top 3 favorite songs on Lust For Life. Listen to the title track below.


This article originally appeared on Idolator

Natalie Portman Stars In James Blake’s video


Natalie Portman is absolutely stunning as she embraces her baby bump in James Blake‘s just released music video for “My Willing Heart!

The track, co-written by Frank Ocean, is the 28-year-old English singer’s first single to receive visual treatment from his latest album The Colour in Anything, which was released back in May.The black-and-white clip, directed by Anna Rose Holmer, sees a pregnant Natalie, 35, reclining on a bed and swimming gracefully underwater.

It was filmed in Los Angeles just days before Natalie gave birth to her daughter Amalia with husband Benjamin Millepied.

This article originally appeared on Justjared.com 

Pentatonix Use Video to Support Inclusivity


Pentatonix send a message with their latest music video, released Friday (March 10), for their cover of the John Lennon classic “Imagine.”

In the video, each of the members holds up a sign with a word that describes them personally and then flips it over to reveal another word that can be applied to them more generally. Phrases included “LGBTQ+,” “Man,” “Jewish,” “American,” “Black,” “Christian,” “Latina” and “Woman.”

Pentatonix’s cover of the song will be included on their upcoming album PTX Vol. IV – Classics, which will be available April 7 and also includes their Grammy-winning collaboration with Dolly Parton on her hit «Jolene.»

At the end of the video, each of the five members grabs a board and writes a letter on it. Then they flip them over in unison to spell out a single word: “H-U-M-A-N.”

This article originally appeared on Billboard

Lana Del Rey’s new video is a love story set in outer space


Lana Del Rey just released a new video for her track “Love,” the first single off her upcoming fifth studio album. The clip, directed by Rich Lee, tells a pretty average love story (boy and girl ride off into the sunset in their vintage car) before trading in the video’s initial West Coast setting for outer space.

While most of Del Rey’s videos tend to rely on the drama of the terrestrial Earth —whether it’s a dusty open road or a rocky beach — she has previously discussed her interest in the extraterrestrial. In an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 last year, LDR said she admired Elon Musk for pushing SpaceX into new territory. “Technologically, we’re advancing so quickly, I don’t want to miss any of it,” she said. “I feel like we’re on the cusp just the way they were in the ‘60s, but in a different way.”

In a statement about the video, she said, «I made my first four albums for me, but this one is for my fans and about where I hope we are all headed,» according to Rolling Stone. I guess she hopes we’re all headed somewhere with a little less gravity.

 This article originally appeared on PopSugar