New music videos of the week: David Lynch, OK Go, Chris Brown

AFP Relax NewsApril 4, 2012

A slew of new videos have hit the Internet this week, including clips from David Lynch, Chris Brown, OK Go, and Snow Patrol.

David Lynch: "Crazy Clown Time"
Multi-talented director and songwriter David Lynch directed a freak-filled new clip for the title track of his latest album, Crazy Clown Time.

Demi Lovato: "Give Your Heart a Break"
American pop singer and actress Demi Lovato released a new clip for the second single from her 2011 album Unbroken.

Snow Patrol: "New York"

American rock band Snow Patrol recently premiered the music video for latest single "New York," taken from the band's sixth studio album, Fallen Empires.

Chris Brown: "Real Hip Hop Shit #4"
In the new clip for Chris Brown's "Real Hip Hop Shit #4," the MC wanders the streets of Dubai and Paris freestyle rapping.

OK Go: "Skyscrapers"
American pop band OK Go just released a new video for two-year-old tune "Skyscrapers," from Of the Blue Colour of the Sky, featuring a colorful tango between the video director Trish Sie and dancer Moti Buchboot.

Amore: "Brindisi"
Opera group Amore released a clip for the lead track from debut album Stand Together, produced by Simon Franglen of Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, and Barbra Streisand fame.

Rufus Wainwright: "Out of the Game"

American-Canadian singer Rufus Wainwright just released a new clip for the title track of his upcoming Mark Ronson-produced album starring actress Helena Bonham Carter as a buttoned-up librarian with secret desires.

Regina Spektor: "All the Rowboats"
American indie singer-songwriter Regina Spektor just unveiled a video for her single "All the Rowboats," taken from her upcoming sixth album What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.